Syon Park is the London home of the Duke of Northumberland, comprising a range of historical buildings and grounds, including Syon House, The Great Conservatory and ‘Capability’ Brown landscapes. Unfortunately, due to the historic nature of the House and its grounds, disabled access is limited in some areas. The grounds of the House include a variety of surfaces, including cobblestones, flagstones, grass, gravel and wood. These can be uneven and steep in places, with steps in certain areas.
Please note that the house is currently closed due to the covid-19 crisis.
There is limited access for wheelchairs, pushchairs, sight and hearing dogs.
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 is a cafe open from 8.30am - 5.30pm. More details can be found here
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
The Visitor Centre and Great Conservatory are accessible for wheelchairs and scooters.
Many of our staff have first response first aid training. Should you require assistance please ask any member of staff.
In an emergency please contact a member of staff.