Osterley Park House

Set in a 350 acre oasis in the heart of urban London, Osterley Park House is a fine Tudor building dating from 1562 and transformed into a neo-classical villa in the 18th century by Robert Adam.

With its impressive portico and stunning interior design and furniture, Osterley House offers one of the most complete examples of Adam's work. It was executed between 1760 and 1780 for the Child family, the immensely wealthy founders of Child's Bank. A 16th century stableblock also survives intact and is still in use today.

The beautiful grounds, which include formal gardens, meadow and classical garden buildings, are home to a wide range of animals and plants, including a host of unusual varieties of trees. Following the acquisition of more land around Osterley Park, work is ongoing to restore the entire estate to its 18th century glory.

The estate also includes the Jersey Galleries, which feature a programme of contemporary art from April to October.

Opening Hours
1 March to 30 March
Saturday and Sundays only from 1pm until 4.30pm.

2 April to 2 November
Wednesday to Sunday and bank holidays from 1pm until 4.30pm.

Osterley Park House
Jersey Road

Location Map

+44 (0)20 8232 5050

Getting There
Exit Osterley station and turn left into Thornbury Road. The entrance to the park is straight ahead and the walk to the House takes about twenty five minutes.

Nearest Tube / Rail Station

Bus Routes
H28, H91

The house and gardens are fully accessible to wheelchairs.

An electric shuttle takes less mobile visitors from the car park to the house and self drive, battery powered vehicles may be hired free of charge from 2-5pm on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays in summer.