Osterley Park And House
20 locals recommend · Estimated price 2 out of 4 ·
Why locals recommend it
One of the last surviving country estates within London city limits, Osterley has shown up in a number of films, including The Dark Knight Rises (2012) and Belle (2013). The portrait-filled Long Gallery was used for the touching scene in which Lord Mansfield begins to accept the young Belle, introducing her to an array of British ancestors. It’s easily accessible by tube.
Tips from locals
A local National Trust-run park roughly 25 minutes' walk away. The park is one of the largest open spaces in London and is perfect to escape the hustle and bustle of Central London. There are many corners to explore and scenery to enjoy as well as a second hand book-store and cafe within the…
The free part of the gardens is gorgeous. The farm shop (along the drive way) sells great veg grown on the land and the cafe is pretty good too.