Walpole Park

A park in , Ealing • Mattock Lane, W5 5EQ

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Visit the historic Manor, built by Sir John Soane, one of Britain's most influential architects, and Pitzhanger Gallery, which displays three exhibitions a year by contemporary artists, architects and designers, including Anish Kapoor.
Enjoy refreshments at Soane's Kitchen cafe-restaurant or at the nearby kiosk cafe, Pitzhanger Pantry, at the Rickyard in Walpole Park.
Enjoy walking around the park, with its colourful flowerbeds and, in the spring and summer, its wildflower meadows as well as its tree lined avenues and woodland.
If you have children, there are educational activities and modern well-equipped palygrounds to enjoy.
The park has large grassy areas where individuals and families can enjoy informal play, or just lazing around.

  • Historic features
  • Public art
  • Pond/lake
  • Wildflower meadow
  • Flowerbed
  • Woodland
  • Bug hotel
  • Treescape
  • Ornamental garden

  • Dawn until dusk
  • Park Cafe - outdoor seating only
  • Park Cafe - indoor and outdoor seating
  • Information board
  • Operational toilet
  • Benches with backrests and sidearms
  • Recycling facilities
  • Accessible entrance
  • Litter bins
  • Baby change facilities
  • Playground for younger kids
  • Playground for older kids
  • Art gallery
  • Community growers' project

A beautifully landscaped park which provides a setting for the historic Manor House and adjoining Art Gallery. It is also a lively community hub for both formal activities, such as Ealing's Summer Festival, and also for informal activities. You can make use of our playground, kiosk café, accessible toilets as well as The Rickyard learning centre.There is also a walled kitchen garden in which to relax and our many Regency-planted beds and historic and wildlife interpretation panels to admire. Take a walk and view our fish pond with fountains and the serpentine lake.

Who you will find in Walpole Park

Pitzhanger Manor & Gallery Trust


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The organisation with legal responsibility for Walpole Park is Ealing Council.

Walpole Park is managed and maintained by Ealing Council


Pitzhanger Manor & Gallery Trust

Formed 2012

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