Hounslow: Delivering rich experiences to culture vultures looking for their next London fix.
A short ride on the tube from Central London, Hounslow offers fascinating historical houses, a variety of museums, a growing arts scene, and more! Come check it out for yourself.
Boston Manor House and Park
Boston Manor House is a rare glimpse of the past in modern Brentford, a fine Jacobean manor house, surrounded by 34 acres of parkland.
A glorious riverside village full of restaurants, cafes, and pubs. Ideal for those looking for pub-crawl paradise or a picturesque walk along the Thames.
The Arts Centre, Hounslow
Where community thrives, art connects, and performance inspires. This local cultural hub is where stories come to life through theatre, cinema, and dance.
The Musical Museum
The Musical Museum will provide you with a tour of many classical instruments and teach you about the history and evolution of music.
Osterley House and Park
Stroll through picturesque gardens, quaint farmland, and arrive at the ‘palace of palaces’ Osterley House and Park right here in Hounslow
The Chiswick Playhouse is a 90 seat theatre in the heart of Chiswick
Gunnersbury Park and Museum
A vibrant oasis in west London, Gunnersbury has so much to offer.
Headliners Comedy Club
Chiswick's long established Comedy Club: come and watch top acts like Micky Flanagan, Bill Bailey, Michael McIntyre, Sean Lock, and Lee Mack.
Syon House and Gardens
One of London’s hidden treasures: Syon House is the London home of the Duke of Northumberland, and set in 200 acres of gorgeous parkland.
West London's art centre: our mission is to bring communities together through cultural practice and we exist to enrich lives through the arts and creativity.
An exciting outdoor arts space in the heart of Hounslow: watch some of the best outdoor performers in the world, for free.
Visit the country home of the great painter, engraver, and satirist William Hogarth (1697-1764).
London Museum of Water & Steam
Historic buildings housing the largest collection of steam pumping engines, tracing the development of London’s clean water supply.