Just taking a walk can help to change your state of mind.  It can be to a park, museum or even the High Street, to change your routine and take notice of your surroundings.

Hounslow is one of London's greenest boroughs and has an abundance of places to visit and leisure activities.

Some of Hounslow's green spaces include:

  • Beaversfield Park - created in 1935
  • Crane Valley Park - the Crane River is managed as a nature reserve by the London Wildlife Trust
  • Feltham Green - with the Red Lion pub, one of the area's oldest buildings
  • Lampton Park - with a large rose garden and tennis courts
  • Inwood Park - the first recreation ground in the area
  • Rectory Farm - a new park planned above an underground warehouse which won the Mayor's Award for Innovation in Planning at the London Planning Awards 2017/2018

Stately Homes to visit

  • Boston manor House
  • Hogarth's House
  • Chiswick House & Garden
  • Osterley House
  • Syon Park House 

Leisure Activities

  • Gunnersbury Park Museum
  • Musical Museum
  • London Musem f Steam & Water
  • The Paul Robeson Theatre with bar, cafe and dance studio
  • Hounslow and District Wheelers cycle club
  • The Arts Centre, Hounslow High Street offers Saturday schools, ballet and streeet dance classes plus free performance training sessions by the London Contemporary Theatre and Youth Theatre
  • Hounslow Urban Farm, a community farm covering 29 acres with a variety of farm animals
  • Free 5k runs each week at Gunnersbury, Osterley, Bedfont Lakes and Crane Park

Source:www.cityam.com