On Sundays and Bank Holidays the magnificent State Rooms designed by Robert Adam and the winding pathways of the Thameside gardens are open for you to explore at your own pace.
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 rise of the Brownian 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.
Note this is not a guided tour
Children (5-15) £6.50
Access companions go free to Syon House and Gardens. To book tickets under the access scheme please contact us directly.
Syon House is the spectacular London home of the Duke of Northumberland
From Waterloo to Kew Bridge then bus as below or London Overground to Gunnersbury then bus as below. Syon House is a walk of about 1 mile from Brentford or Syon Lane Stations.
District Line to Gunnersbury, 237 or 267 bus. Central Line to Ealing Broadway, E2 bus. Piccadilly Line to Boston Manor, E8 bus.
Only assistance dogs are permitted in the House and gardens.
Yes you can, but not on the front lawn or in or around the Great Conservatory. There isn't a wet weather option and all rubbish must be taken off site.
Yes you can as a reminder of your visit but only for personal use. Syon is unable to help with personal or student projects. For blogs and commercial photography please see the Photography Policy for more details or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yes, there is a free car park that is available for those visiting one of the businesses on the park. Parking is entirely at owners risk. Syon Park will not accept any responsibility for loss or damage to vehicle or contents.
No, not in the house or gardens.
No, only standard picnics.
Syon House is open for free roam on Sundays and Bank holidays only. Guided tours of the house can be purchased for Wednsdays and Thursdays here
There is limited access for wheelchairs, pushchairs, sight and hearing dogs. The Visitor Centre and Great Conservatory are accessible for wheelchairs and mobility scooters.
Appropriately trained and recognised assistance dogs are welcome on site. Pet dogs or those not providing tangible assistance to a disabled person will not be permitted.
There are designated disabled parking spaces in the car park.
There is an accessible toilet in the block in front of Syon House.
For visitors who require the assistance of a carer, the accompanying carer can enter the House and gardens free of charge. Please contact us prior to visiting if you require additional information regarding access and facilities.