Syon Park

Image above: The Grand Conservatory at Syon Park

600 years of garden history

Syon has a remarkable 600 years of garden history spanning from the gardens of the Abbey, where the priest Richard Whitford argued with Thomas Cromwell’s agents, through the sixteenth century plant collection of William Turner, the formality of the seventeenth century, the introduction of Capability Brown’s landscape in the eighteenth century, the great plant collection of the nineteenth century through to the extraordinary rise in interest in domestic gardening in the 1960s.

In the twenty first century, the landscape is emblematic of Syon, an extraordinary and multi-layered survival of great richness. A favourite location for film makers, the Grand Conservatory was the setting for one of Bridgerton’s grand society balls in the second series.

House and gardens reopen March 2024.

Club Card offer

Syon Park offers The Chiswick Calendar’s Club Card holders two for one ticket entry to the gardens, (full price tickets £9) with a £5 upgrade to see the house. The house is open on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays from 10.30am to 4.30pm (last entry 3.30pm). The gardens are open every day except for Tuesdays.


Brent Lea
Brentford, TW8 8JF

Tel: 020 8560 0882

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