Walks at Osterley Park and House

As the days get brighter, bulbs and blossom start to bloom around the garden and estate at Osterley. Fresh spring days are the perfect time to see the flora at Osterley come to life.

Get outside at Osterley

Our gardens is open every day from 10am-5pm and the park is open everyday between 9am-5pm. All our pathways are open, including the play trail. Picnics are welcome. Bikes, scooters and ball games are not allowed in the gardens, but can be used in the Parkland. 

The Garden House in the glorious Easter sunshine at Osterley Park and House.

The Garden at Osterley in Spring

Spring is the perfect time to enjoy this 18th-century formal garden, returned to its full grandeur. The gardens are coming to life, with thousands of bulbs to brighten any day. Enjoy the blossom from flowering cherries on the American Boarder, surrounded by wildflowers. Find a peaceful moment in quiet garden, or experience the sea of bluebells on the Long Walk. In May, follow our Rose Route to enjoy the sight and scent of our roses.

Three children taking part in a sack race outdoors

Come out and play

Come out and play at Osterley Park this summer! Whether you’re making a splash in a kayak, or jumping to glory in the sack race, we’ve got plenty of activities to keep the whole family entertained and help you create lasting memories together. What adventures will you have next?

A meadow of bluebells with Osterley house in the distance

Discover the bluebells at Osterley

Discover the bluebells at Osterley this spring when you visit the garden and parkland.

Visitors in courtyard cafe

Eating and drinking

The Stables Café is open daily, serving a selection of hot and cold drinks as well as seasonal lunches, light bites, sandwiches and cakes, including a children’s menu.

A view of the West front of Osterley House

Picnics at Osterley Park and House

Settle down to a summer picnic in the diverse landscape of Osterley Park and House with its lakes, meadows and parkland.