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Please check with garden owners or their website to confirm current dates open
Park and Car Park Mon-Sun - 2 Jan - 28 March 8am - 6pm, 29 March - 30 Sept 8am - 7.30pm, 1 Oct - 31 Dec 8am - 6pm. Park and car park open Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day 11am to 4pm.
Gardens Mon - Sun - 16 Feb-28 Mar & 1 Oct - 1 Nov 12pm - 4pm, 29 Mar -30 Sept, 11 - 5pm. 2 Nov- 15 Dec, Sat & Sun only, 12- 4pm.
Last admission 30 minutes before closing.
(Sat Nav use postcode TW7 4RD)
Coach parties need to pre-book
23rd Feb - 27th Mar; Wed - Sun; 12noon - 3.30pm
30th Mar - 30th Oct; Wed - Sun; 12noon - 4.30pm
5th Nov - 27th Nov; Sat & Sun; 12noon - 3.30pm
3rd Dec - 18th Dec; Sat & Sun; 12noon - 3.30pm
Sunday 2nd June
April / May May - July
Bluebells Mrs Child's Flower Garden
Gift Aid Admission (Standard Admission prices in brackets)
House and garden: adult £9.95 (£9.00), child £5.00 (£4.50), family £24.75 (£22.50) Group 15+ £8.50
Monday and Tuesday House and Garden (basement only house) adult £4.95 (£4.50), child £2.50 (£2.25), family £12.35(£11.25).Group 15+ £4.25
Garden only: adult £4.35 (£3.95), child £2.25 (£2.00) Car park: £3.50. Park: admission free
Picnics in grounds. Dogs allowed in park on leads only
Varied event programme, including garden events - please see: www.nationaltrust.org.uk/osterley or call for details.
Lots of local accommodation in nearby Isleworth, Ealing or Chiswick, Heathrow hotels local
Lots of local restaurants in nearby Isleworth, Ealing or Chiswick.
Several on Chiswick Mall, off the Great West Road
Ham House Garden and Syon Park also local as well as London attractions.
The 18th century garden at Osterley is currently undergoing a major restoration which will return it to its former glory. Highlights include the Pleasure Grounds, a formal flower garden, wild flower meadow and several garden buildings including a Robert Adam designed Garden House stocked with orange and lemon trees. In late April / May there is a stunning display of bluebells. Within the 350 acres park and farmland there are lakes, meadows and many fine trees. A real glory is the House itself and no visit would be complete without an examination of its stunning interiors, perhaps the best remaining example of Adam's work
In 1761, the Child family, founders of Child's Bank commissioned the fashionable architect Robert Adam to transform the neglected Tudor mansion at Osterley into an elegant neo-classical villa. Osterley became the family's principle country residence; used for entertaining and impressing their friends and business associates.
Mrs Sarah Child was an innovative garden designer, and in the late eighteenth century created a Garden to match the splendour of the House. Recent research has led to the exciting discovery of documents relating to her original designs, including plant lists, which will enable the National Trust to recreate the gardens.