Mar to Oct Wed, Thu, Sun & Bank Holiday Mon 11am-5pm, Last entry 4pm | Gardens open all year 10.30am-4/5pm Daily
£9 (Adult), £4 (Child), £8 (Concessions), £20 (Family) | Standard price includes admission to the house, conservatory and gardens. Tickets for the gardens and conservatory only are: £4.50 (Adults), £3.50 (Concessions), £2.50 (Children), £10 (Families)
The London Borough of Hounslow
Hounslow Hounslow boasts a wealth of heritage attractions, beautiful parks, open country areas and riverside walks. The River Thames winds its way along the southern boundary where there are delightful stretches, with historic Thameside inns, such as Strand-on-the-Green, Chiswick Mall and Old Isleworth.Hounslow's heritage is diverse and includes five historic stately homes. Syon, Osterley, Gunnersbury, Chiswick and Boston Manor. Chiswick House was built by the third Earl of Burlington in 1728 and is a fine example of a Palladian villa. Well-known people who have lived in Hounslow include Pissarro, Van Gogh, William Thackeray and Katherine Parr. Hogarth's House, now a museum, was the country retreat of the artist William Hogarth and contains collections of his engravings.