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Visit Syon Park car-free
It’s easy to visit Syon House and Syon Park car-free.
There are direct trains to Syon Lane from: London Waterloo (about 30 mins), Clapham Junction (25 mins) and Feltham (5 mins). From the station it takes about 15 minutes to stroll to Syon Park. You can also take a half-hour walk from Brentford or half-hour bus ride from Ealing Broadway.
There are various bus and tube combinations too. From Boston Manor (Piccadilly Line), take bus E8 (10 mins). From Gunnersbury (Overground and District Lines), take bus 237 or bus 267 (15 mins). From Ealing Broadway (Central, District and Elizabeth Line), take bus E8 (30 mins). All buses stop at Brent Lea, on London Road, then enter via the Syon Park pedestrian entrance and continue to the Syon Park Estate.
In summer, boats cruise from Westminster a couple of times per day. The journey takes about 90 minutes to Kew Pier. Take bus 237 or bus 267 (5-10 mins) or the train from Kew Bridge to Syon Lane (5 mins).
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Cyclists welcome - plan your route here
Enjoy 2for1 entry with a printed voucher when you travel by train.
Kids aged under 16 go free in school holidays and on bank holidays (two free kids per one paying adult).
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About Syon Park
Sixteenth centaury 'ducal residence' with art collections and conservatory. The grounds include 40 acres of gardens, an arboretum and tidal water meadows. There are also seasonal family events.
For any queries about visiting contact Syon Park on 020 8560 0882 or email@example.com
Address: Syon House, Syon Park, Brentford, Middlesex, TW8 8JF. Visit Website