Ealing offers great Tube and bus links take you all over the City. Tour the Rugby Stadium at Twickenham or take a river trip on the Thames. Shopping abounds in Ealing, Chiswick, Kew or Richmond. Catch up with the ancestors at the National Archives . Enjoy live theatre at the Orange Tree or Richmond Theatre on the Green.
Walkers will love the parks and canal tow paths and strolls by the River Thames at Strand on the Green. Syon House, Ham House or Hampton Court are great architectural treasures. Chiswick House and gardens in all its Palladian splendour can be combined with a tour of Fullers Brewery. Museums for motorcycles, steam engines or mechanical musical devices are all within a few miles.
Windsor Castle, Legoland, Oxford or Stratford upon Avon can all be reached by train direct from Ealing Broadway. Amble along canals, enjoy a huge wetland, waterfowl reserve or hunt out Art Deco architectural gems on the Gt. West Road .
Clarendon House Apartments
VisitEngland Four Star Assessed
After all the excitement of 2012, 2013 saw about 12% more visitors to London. They enjoyed the history, pageantry, great dining, wonderful museums, fabulous theatre and shows, gardens, parks, rivers and its people. After a very wet start to 2014, Summer has burst into bloom. Chelsea Flower Show, the Trooping of the Colour, Opening of Parliament and more. Race a Barclays bike around our fabulous City. Take the first urban cable car across to Greenwich and the O2 complex. Sit in one of many parks and an enjoy a picnic. Discover great exhibitions - Matisse, the Summer Show at the RA, new galleries opening everywhere. Think about a night at the Proms, open air drama in several locations or musical events at Kew, Hampton Court , Marble Hill House and many more places. Do not forget to leave some time for shopping and partake in great food throughout the city.
St Mary's Church
Rose & Crown Fuller's pub
Queen Elizabeth Park
Bookings now open for 2015