The summer holidays are here so we have put together a list of things to do in West London to entertain and intrigue grown ups and little ones alike!

Please note: While businesses and organisations are still navigating running during the COVID-19 pandemic, please check websites before travelling.

The Musical Museum

Be taken on a journey through history and be told the story of how people have captured and listened to music throughout history. It’s just a 10 minute drive from Northfields avenue, or a short trip on public transport. Come for the live entertainment, stay for the tasty café food.


Are you a plane enthusiast, fascinated by the sky and always dreamed of knowing how to land a plane? Are you about to embark on a pilot interview and want to refresh your skills before the big day? Amateurs and professionals alike will enjoy the range of packages offered at the Flightpad, and as well as something fun and different to have a go at, a voucher would make an excellent idea for a unique gift.

Walpole Park

A tranquil ground of nearly 28 acres nestled behind Pitshanger Manor, this is a great piece of history and beauty in Ealing, now the main recreational park in the area. Once belonging to Sir John Soane the grounds were taken over by Ealing council and opened to the public in 1901. There’s a small café and a children’s playpark – a great place to take a picnic.

Osterley Park and House

National Trust Memberships at the ready! This summer they are offering adventures for the whole family. Collect a get set, Go! card from the reception and see what activities you can get up to. From table tennis to off road cycling, they have something for every level of adventurer.

Healing Comedy Club

Need to get yourself a much-needed laugh? Thursdays at the Open Arts Centre is comedy night, so keep an eye out on their events, and get ready to exercise those chuckle muscles!

Pitzhanger Manor and Gallery

Architect Sir John Soane designed this manor not only as his home but his dream home. Newly refurbished and reopened to the public after three years, the gallery has many unique exhibits you can view. Between 25 Jun 2021 – 24 Oct 2021 you can view work from the contemporary artist Julian Opie.