Exploring attractions near Osterley Station


London is one of the most loved cities for travellers from all around the world. Every year London witnesses a massive numbers of visitors in the city for a holiday with family, friends, for work or for a romantic getaway with their special someone.


Once you have booked your trip, the next best thing is to book yourself a luxurious stay. After exploring the city all day long, you need a comfortable place to unwind and relax. If you are looking for an ideal hotel for your business or leisure trip, book your stay with the classy Park Grand London Heathrow Hotel. This hotel offers a variety of modern facilities and amenities in the luxury of its stylish ambiance and contemporary designs. Here you will be welcomed by the warm hospitality of the hotel staff and will enjoy the benefit of an in-premise restaurant, bar, meeting and event rooms, and ample parking options for you to access and utilise. The hotel is strategically located moments away from the Osterley tube station and the Heathrow Airport. Staying here will definitely make your commute to central London and to the airport super-easy.

While you are enjoying a leisure stay at the Park Grand London Heathrow Hotel, here’s a list of interesting attractions you can explore close to the Osterley station.

Osterley Park and House- National Trust

A masterpiece of the royal British architecture, the Osterley mansion is built inside the Osterley Park. It’s a very relaxing place for you to bond with your family and friends; enjoy long walks by the mansion and in its lush park along with enjoying the great food served at its restaurant. It is an ideal attraction to visit on a good, sunny day.


Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew

Another iconic garden in this area is the Kew Garden. Beautifully maintained with flowers, walking paths, fountains, statues, structures and gazeebos, this place is truly amusing. This park also hosts many light shows where the whole garden is beautifully decorated with lights at night. Check out the website to see what’s on while you are here.

Twickenham Stadium and Museum

An ideal attraction for rugby fans, this place is famous for hosting many iconic matches. It is the largest dedicated rugby union in the world. You can choose to watch rugby match Live in this massive stadium or take a tour of this stadium and learn how a cabbage patch became the world’s most famous stadium. The guided tour will take you through the most exclusive parts of the stadium. You also get an opportunity to take a seat in England’s Dressing Room and absorb the grand experience. You might want to explore the Twickenham Stadium and Stoop as well.

Musical Museum

A church converted into a musical museum, this place has a vast collection of automatic musical instruments. You will surely have an amusing time exploring all the unique instruments. The place also has a concert hall with an orchestra pit for musical shows. You can attend many shows here during the weekend. After all the exploring you can relax at the museum’s coffee shop with the view of a river.

Syon House and Park

Beautifully maintained parks, gardens and villa, this place is like a paradise. Basking with fountains, ponds, walking paths and some great picnic spots this sight is a must-visit.

Bell Square

Located in the heart of Hounslow, this large space is where many artists and performers display their skills to entertain their audiences. Free to attend, just find yourself a comfortable spot for you and your family to witness a number of plays and performances during the summer season here. It can be a great source of street entertainment.

London’s Museum of Water and Steam

This independent museum which is also called the Kew Bridge Steam Museum- a name inspired by its location is a must-visit attraction. The Museum is home to a collection of stationary water pumping steam engines dating from 1820 to 1910. The highlights here include the world’s largest collection of working Cornish engines like the Grand Junction 90inch (largest of its kind in the world). Plus, you will be amused to know that this site is an anchor to the European Route to Industrialisation Heritage.