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The Large and Small Mansions, East

The Large and Small Mansions, East, West and North Lodges, Gunnersbury Park, London W3 8LQ View on map

Three listed structures within a grade II registered park. The Large Mansion: Grade II country house 1801-28 by and for Alexander Copland. Now a museum. The Small Mansion: grade II built c1810. East Lodge: grade II entrance lodge c1837 by W.F.Pocock as gatehouse for Gunnersbury House (The Small Mansion). North Lodge: entrance lodge early 19th Century for Copland Grade II. West lodge: grade II entrance lodge built mid 19th Century.


Opening Arrangements

Large Mansion: The museum is in receipt of an HLF grant and closed for refurbishment in December 2014. We plan to reopen to the Public in Spring 2017. There will be two opportunities to tour the site, one during the Spring and one during Open House London. Please make contact for more details. Small Mansion: Open to school and community groups for workshops by prior arrangement and to the general public during Open House London. Will also be open for various themed workshops and events, contact for details. North Lodge is open to volunteers working at Gunnersbury. East Lodge is a ruin not open to public. West Lodge is a residential tenancy not open to the public.


Road: M4, Junction 2, take A406 left at Chiswick roundabout, left at traffic lights into Popes Lane. Rail: Kew Bridge. Underground: Acton Town, Piccadilly and District Lines. Bus: routes E3, N11.

Parking Spaces


5 minute walk from free public car park for Gunnersbury Park.

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Partial
  • Disabled Toilets: Yes
  • Assistance dogs: Yes