Boston Manor House

Free to all

Built in 1623, Boston Manor House is a Jacobean mansion in West London, renowned for its ornate plasterwork.

One of the capital's lesser known gems, the three-storey historic building has recently been restored and refurbished so it can enjoy a sustainable future and be removed from the Heritage At Risk Register. The house is located in Boston Manor Park, which was opened to the public in 1924.

Explore the historic mansion

Once inside the Grade I listed building you will discover beautiful historic interiors, including the original ornate plasterwork. Rather than restoring the whole house to the Jacobean period, instead, where there was the strongest surviving evidence of a decorative style in a room, that room was restored to the corresponding period, meaning there are rooms decorated in 17th, 18th and 19th Century styles.

Outside space

The house is set in 34 acres of parkland sloping down to the nearby River Brent. Wander down to the lake, admire ancient cedar trees, or follow the nature trail. There is also a children’s playground, a wildflower meadow and walled garden.

Spend a relaxing day in the outskirts of London, taking in the historic atmosphere of the house and park, discovering something new in the two community exhibition galleries, or grabbing a cuppa in the café.

Visitor information


Boston Manor House

Boston Manor Road, Brentford, Greater London, TW8 9JX
08454 562800

Free to all

Opening times

Reopening of the house to the public is scheduled for Autumn 2022.

Exclusions and safety measures

Reopening of the house to the public is scheduled for Autumn 2022.


Phase 1 of the regeneration project which focuses on Boston Manor House is now in delivery and capital works started on 15 July 2019. This phase is a two-year project, supported by The National Lottery Heritage Fund, Historic England, Greater London Authority (GLA) Good Growth Fund, the Wolfson Foundation, the Pilgrim Trust, the Heritage of London Trust and the John and Ruth Howard Trust, to restore and improve access at the Grade I listed historic house. For the safety of the public during the building works, there will be a fence around the works site and from today there will be no public access to the Park via the gated entrances immediately next to the House.

Visitor information

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