Osterley Park and House

Important notice -

We've re-opened the gardens and House at Osterley. To avoid disappointment, please book your visit to the gardens in advance, especially at busier times such as weekends and bank holidays. If you do not book, we cannot guarantee admission.

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What's on 

Please book ahead before visiting 

The house, gardens and cafe at Osterley are open. We've introduced advance booking for the garden to keep everyone safe and maintain social distancing. To avoid disappointment please book a garden ticket in advance, especially at busier times such as weekends and bank holidays. However where space is available on weekdays, pre-booking may not always be necessary. Tickets for the house can be collected from the Kiosk upon arrival. 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. The bookshop, and shop remain closed until further notice.​ We're looking forward to welcoming you back.

View of the front of Osterley House

Visiting Osterley: what you need to know 

To keep everyone safe we've made some changes to how you visit Osterley. This includes pre-booked tickets for our gardens and some changes to how our cafe is open, so please take the time to read through before you visit.

Upcoming events

Timed entry to Osterley Gardens (19 Oct - 25 Oct)

Sun 25 Oct 2020
Book your timed entry to visit Osterley Gardens.

Timed entry to Osterley Gardens (26 Oct - 1 Nov)

Mon 26 Oct 2020
Book your timed entry to visit Osterley Gardens.
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Things to see and do

Cycle the estate at osterley Park

Cycle hire at Osterley Park and House 

Cycle hire is open again. Here at Osterley you can find low-cost cycle hire for all ages, making it easier than ever before to explore the wider estate on two wheels.

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Woman holding takeaway hot drink

Feeling peckish?

Our café is open and serving a range of takeaway hot and cold drinks, sandwiches, cakes and light snacks. We’ve introduced new safety measures including closure of our indoor seating areas, screens at our till and collection points. We are currently only accespting card payment, and cannot accept re-usable cups or loyalty cards. Outdoor seating is available on our Tea Terrace. We look forward to welcoming you back and know that you’ll support us to make this a safe experience for everyone.

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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.

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Join or give

Visitors exploring Osterley House

Dedicate a donation 

You can continue to support Osterley Park and House by dedicating a donation to someone special and adding your precious memories to our interactive map. A perfect way to celebrate a special occasion, such as a birthday or anniversary, your donation will help us continue to care for Osterley.

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Our work

View of the House from Middle Lake

Renewable Energy project at Osterley 

Find out how we're reducing the use of fossil fuels at Osterley Park and House

Addressing the National Trust's colonial links 

Osterley House and Park, along with a number of other places and collections in our care, deals with contentious political histories. Learn more about what we are doing to be inclusive in our work and acknowledge the impact and legacies of colonialism.

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Venue hire

View of the front of Osterley House

Celebration photography at Osterley Park 

Make your special day all the more perfect with a celebration photo shoot at Osterley Park. Due to COVID-19 we have some new restrictions in place to keep everyone safe.

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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