Osterley Park and House

Important notice -

In line with government guidance, the estate & gardens at Osterley are open for local visitors to access. Visits to the car park & gardens must be booked in advance. We ask all visitors to follow guidance on social distancing to keep everyone safe.

A Georgian country estate in west London

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Osterley Park and House

What's on 

Please book ahead before visiting 

The gardens and cafe at Osterley are open. We've introduced advance booking for the car park and garden to keep everyone safe and maintain social distancing. You must book a car park and garden ticket in advance to use the car park. You will not be able to use the car park without pre-booking. The park is open to pedestrian access, but you will need to book a garden ticket if you wish to visit the gardens and you are arriving on foot.

Upcoming events

Timed entry to Osterley Gardens and Car Park (22 Feb - 28 Feb)

Sun 28 Feb 2021
10:00-15:00
Book your timed entry to visit Osterley Gardens and Car Park.

Timed entry to Osterley Gardens and Car Park (1 Mar - 7 Mar)

Mon 01 Mar 2021
10:00-16:00
Book your timed entry to visit Osterley Gardens and Car Park.
The Walled Garden at Osterley, London

Can't make it? How to cancel your ticket 

If you've booked a ticket but can no longer make your slot, we'd really appreciate it if you can cancel your ticket. It takes just a couple of clicks, and means someone else can visit in your place.

Osterley Park and House

Things to see and do

Two women walking dogs in front of the temple at Osterley

Visiting Osterley with your dog 

Share a stroll with your dog through the parkland of Osterley.

Osterley Park and House

Eating

Woman holding takeaway hot drink

Feeling peckish?

Our café is open and serving a range of takeaway hot and cold drinks, cakes and limited light hot snacks. In line with updated government regulations we only have takeaway options available, and have closed our indoor and outdoor seating areas, with a one way system through the cafe for order and colletion. We are currently only accepting card payment, and cannot accept re-usable cups or loyalty cards.

Osterley Park and House

History

View of the front of Osterley House

The House 

'Oh! The palace of palaces!' This impressive neo-classical mansion was built in the 1570s by Sir Thomas Gresham and transformed by Robert Adam in the 1760s.

Osterley Park and House

Art and collections

Our collections

Explore the objects and works of art we care for at Osterley Park and House on the National Trust Collections website