This October welcomes the return of Ealing Artisan Market, Ealing’s weekly, Saturday market featuring artisan food producers, designers, makers and street food traders from west London and beyond.
Mammoths roaming in Southall and hippos wallowing in the waters of Brentford? This is one of many unexpected local history insights you can learn during a visit to the newly reopened Gunnersbury Park Museum. The diverse collections explore the heritage and culture of Ealing, Hounslow and surrounding areas, within the restored museum and outbuildings.
This unique park featuring 4 distinctive hills is right on our doorstep. The viewpoint on top of the tallest mound (22 metres), provides a 360-degree panoramic views into central London and the surrounding area. There are also some awesome playgrounds for the kids, a cafe, fishing lakes, wetlands, wildlife, streams and plenty more to explore.
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Model boating lake, six fishing lakes, and three wildlife ponds
Known locally as the ‘Bunny Park’, Hanwell Zoo is the home to a selection of birds, mammals and a seasonal butterfly house as well as other cheeky residents like Hatari the porcupine.
Come visit us and see the amazing animals who live at the zoo, or come and meet the meerkats or be a zookeepers for the day and see what goes on behind the scenes!'