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Syon Park

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Syon Park Conservatory in Brentford

Attraction Information

Syon Park is a historic gem and has been owned by the same family for a massive 400 years! The house plays host to some stunning artwork and gorgeous grounds, all located just nine miles from Charing Cross.

The grounds alone would make a great day out with plenty of walking and discovering to be done. They boast an Arboretum, lakes and many ancient trees to get lost amongst. They’re also a safe haven for bats, birds, invertebrates and fungi. The main house if full to the brim with history, something you can explore in some of the many staterooms. Just be sure not to miss Princess Victoria’s bedroom where the Queen spent many of her younger years.

Loads of seasonal and special events are held here, like the annual Enchanted Woodland experience or specialist tours like ‘Remembering Pocahontas’. The icing on the cake? Syon is often used for movie shoots and favourites like Belle and Alice through the Looking Glass had scenes filmed here. See if you can spot where!

  • Impressive staterooms to explore
  • Discover the rich grounds with an actual Arboretum
  • Lots of special events all year round

Opening hours

13th March to 29th October: Gardens open Monday to Sunday 10:30 - 17:00

House opening times vary considerably.

Last Entry

1 hour before closing time.

Location

Address

Syon Park, Brent Lea,
Brentford,
Greater London,
TW8 8JF,
England

Phone number

020 8560 0882

Directions

Vehicle entrance is at Park Road, Isleworth, TW7 6AZ.

Pricing

Syon House, Garden & Great Conservatory:

Adults: £12.50

Concessions: £11.00

Kids (5-16): £5.50

Family: £28.00

Garden & Great Conservatory:

Adults: £7.50

Concessions: £6.00

Kids (5-16): £4.00

Family: £16.00

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