Gunnersbury Park: Family events in serene, natural surrounds
This venue houses two exquisite Grade II Georgian mansions, situated on massive grounds across the Ealing and Hounslow boroughs, in a serenely natural setting. Visitors can get to this park on Popes Lane in West London via the Acton Town, South Ealing and Gunnersbury tube to participate in exciting family events or to simply enjoy the natural environment. Buy or sell Gunnersbury Park tickets at StubHub for a relaxing day.
Festivals, shows, and cultural and artistic diversity
The site of the London Mela festival celebrating South Asian culture, encompassing dance, fashion, live music and market stalls, this venue has become well-known for several reasons. The Hit Parade, an Indie band from 1980s London, released its single 'Forever' at this venue and has since released a 13th music single. The foremost mansion on the grounds is also featured in The Lavender Hill Mob comedy as the venue for this show’s Police Exhibition. A site where cultural and artistic diversity is celebrated, entertainment seekers can explore similar destinations such as P&J Live for an array of shows. A rural setting for relaxed entertainment and events, close to two cities is Gopsall Hall Farm where guests can stay in luxury tipis for greater ambience. A royal, elegant retreat in the countryside is available at Holkham Hall, which has hosted several live music shows and regular tours of the mansion are on offer. If you’re into cultural and artistic diversity, then get your Gunnersbury Park tickets online at StubHub for superb entertainment.
A wealth of history and entertainment
Take a trip to the local museum, which comprises of horse-drawn carriages from the Rothschilds time of ownership together with a collection of fine art and archaeology. In between exploring the sites, your children can participate in a ghost-hunt or mini-tennis. Walk around the grounds to see Princess Amelia’s bathhouse close to the east side of the small mansion. A small pitch and putt is located near the tennis courts, opposite the boating pond and temple folly dating back to the mid-1700s. View the remains of the Orangery developed by Sydney Smirke in the 1800s, the now-empty Horseshoe Lake and Japanese water-garden, both destined for restoration. The Potomac fishing-lake lies to the south-west of the park, which is accompanied by its own boat-house folly, along with other ponds in the park. Further attractions in close proximity include the Sipsmith Distillery and Carrie Reichardt’s Mosaic House in Chiswick and the Walpole Park in Ealing. Get to know the diverse cultural entertainment in this region by purchasing your Gunnersbury Park tickets via StubHub today.
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