Getting here

Chiswick House and Gardens is on Burlington Lane, Chiswick, London W4 2RP. If you’re travelling to us by car, please scroll down to find the best postcode to use to find your way here.

Image: Map of Chiswick House & Gardens


The nearest train station is Chiswick; the station is a 13 minute walk to the Burlington Lane Gate.


There are currently three local bus routes which stop near us:

  • 190 Hammersmith–Richmond
  • E3 Greenford–Chiswick
  • 533 Chiswick–Mortlake Cemetery (running every 17 minutes during morning and evening periods).

Use TfL Journey Planner to check the times of buses and plan your route.


The nearest tube station is Turnham Green on the District Line, if you’re travelling from central London, make sure the destination of the tube is either Ealing Broadway or Richmond. Chiswick House is a 20 minute walk from Turnham Green. You can get the E3 bus from there to Stop L, Chiswick House.

Use TfL Journey Planner to check the times of buses and plan your route.


We have bike racks at park entrances and close to the House and Café. Cyclists are welcome in the grounds but please keep to our tarmac paths at the edge of the Gardens and don’t cycle on the grass and walking paths within the Gardens.

Please help us look after the Gardens and do not to chain or lean bicycles against buildings, railings, trees or masonry.

Police, staff and our volunteers may cycle within the gardens to reduce the number of service vehicles.


Please note: Due to London’s Streetspace plan, Staveley Road and Burlington Road have restrictions entry for non-residents. To find out how this affects you, see Hounslow’s council website here.

Chiswick House and Gardens is sign-posted on brown tourist boards on the A4 from the west of Hogarth Roundabout (junction with A316).

Check for road traffic updates from Transport for London.

SatNav: use the postcode W4 2QN (Google maps)
Latitude: 51.483279 Longitude: -0.258700

From 25 October 2021, the existing central London Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) will expand to create a single larger zone up to, but not including, the North Circular Road (A406) and South Circular Road (A205). Find out more.


Please note: Hounslow Council will no longer operate using cash terminals, so all payments will be done via app. We recommend that you download the app ‘paybyphone’ before you arrive, using the location code 803065.

If you are visiting the gardens during the day, the public car park is situated just off the westbound A4 and clearly marked by a brown tourist board entrance sign. The car park is a 5-10 minute walk from the House along uneven gravel paths.

The car park has spaces for 60 cars including 3 disabled spaces. The charging hours are 8am to 6pm every day including Public and Bank Holidays.

The car park is managed by the London Borough of Hounslow. Income from the parking charges pay for the upkeep of the car park and the care and preservation of the gardens. Please note that English Heritage and Chiswick House and Gardens members must pay for parking. There is no free parking available.

Please note that all transactions regarding payment for parking will be via telephone parking payment system (currently Pay-by-Phone). The payment machines will no longer be in operation by the beginning of June.

Coach Parking

There is no coach parking inside the gardens. We advise coaches to drop visitors off at the bus stop on the A316, just before the Hogarth roundabout. Visitors can access the grounds from Great Chertsey Road Gate. Chiswick House will be directly in front of them. Coaches can then park down Staveley Road. The council has imposed new restrictions but this is ‘except buses’ which includes Coaches. Drivers can also access the grounds from the Staveley Road entrance.

Plan your route

These tools will help you plan your trip:

Opening times and tickets

Chiswick Gardens are open every day, along with our Café. Tickets are now on sale for visits to the House and Kitchen Garden this summer.

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Find out how we have made Chiswick House and Gardens an accessible place to visit and learn.

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