Boston Manor House is one of West London’s lesser-known gems – tucked away in the locally beloved Boston Manor Park, the House was built in 1623 and showcases some incredible architectural features.
While work continues on the construction and interpretation of the House, we have partnered with One You Hounslow and Ramblers Association to launch a programme of Community Walks in the park and local area every Friday morning. The walks are free, accessible and take around an hour. They are led by our knowledgeable volunteers, who are passionate about the local area and want to support people to find out more about Boston Manor.
Book your free ticket on Eventbrite and come and join us every Friday at 10am.
Under the shade of beautiful cedar trees, planted in the 1700’s, the Manor House has seen so much local history! It has been a private family home for over 300 years, a school during WWII and a training base for young women in the Homeworkers Institute.
In 2018, we were the recipients of a generous grant from the National Lottery Heritage Fund to restore and conserve the house. Construction work has been underway since July 2019 and will be finishing soon. More of the house will be open to the public than ever before including our impressive state rooms with their original decorative plaster ceilings, our original wooden staircase through the centre of the house and exhibition spaces, celebrating local communities. We will also have new meeting rooms, toilet facilities and a café for you to enjoy! We hope to welcome people back to the House in Summer 2022.
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The Boston Manor Park Community Walk team