Freddie Mercury Memorial

In 2009, hundreds of Queen fans flooded Feltham to pay tribute to Freddie Mercury at the unveiling of a memorial Hollywood-style star in honour of the great singer. The memorial reads: “Freddie Mercury – Resident of Feltham”, along with dates of birth and passing, 05/09/1946 to 24/11/1991. At the ceremony, bandmate Brian May joined the

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Gunnersbury Park and Museum

A Grade II* listed heritage park, a recently renovated museum celebrating west London’s rich multi cultural and multi faith history, summer festivals, a brand-new sports facility and inclusive, exciting public programme – there’s something for everyone to enjoy at Gunnersbury.

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St Giles Heathrow

St Giles Heathrow hotel is perfectly placed on Hounslow Road, near major transport links easily connecting you to Central London, Windsor, Twickenham, Heathrow Airport, and beyond. The Feltham Rail Station is a 3 minutes walk away, and Hatton Cross Tube station is just 12 minutes by bus for the Piccadilly line.  Guests relax in our

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Hampton & Kempton Waterworks Railway

The Hampton & Kempton Waterworks Railway, sometimes known as the ‘secret railway’, is the only operational 1915 heritage steam narrow-gauge railway ‘loop’ within the M25. The railway has a fascinating heritage story to tell of supplying clean drinking water to London from the early 1900s and is set against the backdrop of the magnificent Kempton

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Kempton Steam Museum

Housing two of the largest triple expansion steam engines in the world, each standing 62 ft tall – that’s the height of four London double-decker buses! – the museum has a rich industrial heritage story to tell about the supply of clean drinking water to London right up until 1980. Learn all about the Kempton

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Hounslow Urban Farm

Why not visit one of London’s largest community farms for an educational day out? Come to Hounslow Urban Farm for your chance to meet a variety of weird and wonderful farm animals close up, including 5 types of pigs, goats, cows, rabbits, ducks, geese, alpacas, rheas, peacocks and lots more. The farm has activities throughout

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Osterley House and Park

A short hop from central London by tube, a stroll up a tree-lined path past grazing cattle and you’ll feel like you’re in the countryside, not urban Hounslow. Surrounded by beautiful gardens and farmland, Osterley, once described as ‘the palace of palaces’ by Horace Walpole, is one of the last country estates in London. Built

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Lampton Park

Lampton Park has two main areas, its playing fields to the north and the more formal park to the south, laid out with winding paths, flowers, grass and trees for you to enjoy. When walking to the western entrance, you’ll come across Harte Road, a gorgeous pedestrianised street that is maintained for nature conservation. Lampton

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Heston Park

Heston Park is a large local park in Heston with a wide range of play and sports facilities on-site. Take a walk or run on the marked jogging trail with activity stations to explore the park, or let the kids have fun on the trim trail. This includes sculptures, timber, stone and planting for children

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The Musical Museum

The Musical Museum tells the fascinating story of how people have captured and listened to music over the last four centuries. Founded in 1963 by Frank Holland, the Musical Museum houses a vast collection of self-playing instruments and has one of the world’s biggest collections of historic musical rolls. If you’re a lover of musical

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Sipsmith Distillery

Established in 2009, Sipsmith Distillery is the first copper-pot-based distillery to start up in London in 200 years, and is one of only four gin distilleries located in London. Home to some of the finest gin in the country, at Sipsmith’s, you join one of the distillery tours to learn about the history of gin,

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The Arts Centre, Hounslow

The Arts Centre, located in Hounslow’s Treaty Centre, provides its visitors with a wonderful multifaceted cultural experience. Originally simply a theatre, they have since expanded with cultural offerings to better serve the needs of diverse local groups. Visitors can enjoy theatrical performances and foreign language cinema screenings. There is a bar within the theatre so

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Jungle VIP

A family-run children’s indoor soft play located in the heart of Hounslow town centre, offering a haven for both children and parents/carers! Recognised by the locals as one of the cleanest soft plays and one of the friendliest! Now offering a newly extended play frame, with slides, tunnels, monkey bars, zip wire, trampoline pods, punching bags,

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Strand-on-the-Green

If you love the scenic views of a beautiful riverside walk – like walking through the ‘Little Venice’ of London near Paddington – then you’ll love Strand-on-the-Green in Chiswick. It’s got twice the charm, with half the crowds. From the 13th to the 17th Century, this riverside village was simply known as ‘Strand’, from the

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Hounslow Heath

The original Hounslow Heath once stretched right across the borough but what remains of it is now an important nature reserve site with a range of habitats making it home to newts, rabbits, adders, kestrels, and lizards. Hounslow Heath has a rich history, it was the staging point for Charles I’s troops during the English

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Bedfont Lakes and Country Park

Bedfont Lakes Country Park is a local nature reserve on the edge of central London, which covers 188 acres of land secured by Hounslow council in 1988. In 2000, Bedfont Lakes received nature reserve status, winning multiple awards nationally and regionally including the Millennium Marque and the London in Bloom Wildflower and Environment Trophy. The

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Gunnersbury Triangle – London Wildlife Trust

Calling all nature lovers: if you’re a keen English wildlife observer or a parent looking to get your kids outdoors, the Gunnersbury Triangle is a unique natural location in Hounslow, recognised by the London Wildlife Trust. The Triangle spans a massive three hectares packed full of wonderful English wildlife including woodpeckers, frogs, hedgehogs, and more.

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Boston Manor House and Park

Boston Manor Park is the largest green open space in Brentford with 34 acres of historic park, woodland, lake and meadow and is the setting for the fantastic Grade I listed Boston Manor House. The beautiful grounds gently slope down to the nearby River Brent, from which Brentford gets its name, and Grand Union Canal.

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Chiswick House and Gardens

Chiswick House and Gardens is one of the earliest and most important neo-Palladian villas in England. The revolutionary, natural-looking Gardens influenced gardens from Blenheim Palace to New York’s Central Park. In 300 years, the House and Gardens have been owned by aristocracy, rented by royalty, hosted Queens and Tsars at parties. It was restored in

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Fuller’s Brewery Shop, Tours and Tap Room

The Fuller’s Griffin Brewery is a special place. Not just to us, but to anyone who has ever enjoyed a pint of Pride. It’s where the magic happens, where the malt meets the hops. We offer Tours to experience Fuller’s Brewery in all its glory or visit the Brewery Shop for gifts, drinks, tastings and

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Brentford Football Club

Brentford Football Club were promoted to the Premier League in 2021 and are making great strides both on and off the pitch. In 2020, we moved to a brand new, 17,250-seater Brentford Community Stadium, ideally located between Heathrow and central London. Four-time winner of the EFL Community Club of the Year Award, Brentford is striving

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London Museum of Water & Steam

Based in the historic buildings of the former Kew Bridge Waterworks, the London Museum of Water & Steam tells the story of London’s water supply, the site, its people and the amazing pumping engines that helped to make London the great city it is today. As well as housing the world’s largest collection of stationary

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Active360

We run lessons and trips in stand up paddleboarding on the Thames and canals for all ages from around 8. We use paddleboarding as a way of engaging people in environmental protection and this includes river and canal plastic clean ups. We run Paddle and Pick events for businesses who are looking to engage their

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Speakeasy School of English

Established nearly 20 years, we are a small friendly family owned, accredited English language school in Chiswick.Open in the morning, afternoon and evening ,we offer affordable, fun interactive english lessons using The Callan Method.Whether already here , or coming from abroad, we also offer all the support you need, accommodation and a culture programme to

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Doubletree by Hilton London Heathrow

Located off the A4 Bath Road, we’re three miles from Heathrow Airport Terminals 2 and 3 . We’re less than 10 minutes from Hounslow West underground station on the Piccadilly line, providing access to the airport and Central London attractions. Touchdown Restaurant and Bar , fitness Centre and great size event space for medium sized

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London Irish Rugby Club

Established in 1898, London Irish is a professional rugby club playing in the Gallagher Premiership & European Challenge Cup. Based in Sunbury on Thames, alongside our amateur club with one of the largest mini/youth sections in the country, we now play our home fixture in the amazing Brentford Community Stadium. As our welcoming matchday experience,

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Hogarth’s House

Hogarth’s House was built between 1715 and 1719, and from 1749 until his death was the country home of the great painter, engraver, and satirist William Hogarth (1697 – 1764). Today, you can see the home he lived in, a large collection of his work, and learn about the history of the House, its residents,

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Bell Square

Bell Square is an exciting outdoor arts space in the heart of Hounslow, launched in 2014. It’s a place where anyone and everyone can come to see some of the best outdoor performers in the world, for free. Featuring anything from circus to dance and acrobats, the shows aim to delight and inspire people whether

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Watermans

Watermans is West London’s arts centre. Our mission is to bring communities together through cultural practice and we exist to enrich lives through the arts and creativity. As an independent charity, we believe the arts are for everyone and that is at the heart of everything we do. We present a thriving year-round programme of

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Syon House and Gardens

Syon House is the London home of the Duke of Northumberland and has been in the Percy family for over 400 years. Built on the site of a late medieval abbey, Syon boasts one of the finest Robert Adam interiors in the country and has a magnificent collection of paintings and furniture. Set in 200

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Headliners Comedy Club

Chiswick’s long-established Comedy Club. For the past 20 years, we have been bringing the top names in Stand-up to West London. Acts such as Micky Flanagan, Bill Bailey, Sarah Millican, Michael McIntyre, Sean Lock, and Lee Mack have all appeared in the past and many top names still do. You can enjoy food and drinks

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Wyke Green Golf Club

Wyke Green is a beautiful parkland golf course situated in West London easily accessible to Heathrow Airport and Central London. Visitors are welcome and memberships are available. Built in 1926 on three former hay fields owned by the Earl of Jersey, the freehold of the land was purchased by its members from the Jersey Estates

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Hilton Garden Inn London Heathrow Airport

The Hilton Garden Inn Heathrow makes the perfect base for a London trip. Hatton Cross tube station is a five-minute walk away, plus a regular shuttle bus runs from our door to all Heathrow terminals for just £5. Our standard Double room features elegant decor and a luxurious Serta bed, while the Deluxe King provides

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Feltham Arts Association

Feltham Arts Association is committed to working with voluntary and statutory organisations in Hounslow to broaden community participation in creative activity, celebrating culture and providing opportunities for personal development and shared experiences through community events. Established in 1989, the charity is based in the west of Hounslow and is the second-largest arts provider in the

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