St Marys Crescent Isleworth Middlesex TW7 4NA
Looking for free things to do in Jersey Gardens and the Isleworth area? Below is a selection of paid and free activities in Jersey Gardens
The gardens were created from a disused gravel pit, purchased in 1927 and designed and laid out between 1928 and 1931 by the local authority under the guidance of Park Superintendent, William MacDonald Campbell.
The park was created at a time of rapid expansion of the residential areas of West London and therefore a perceived need to provide open spaces for public recreation and health. The alpine rockery is a unique feature in London and perhaps in the whole of the southeast of England.
Facilities in Jersey Gardens
- Alpine rock garden
- Play area
- Playing field
- Small garden
- Public Tennis courts
By train: The gardens are situated 1.5miles from Isleworth rail station, which is served by trains from Central London and Berkshire. Direct train services run from London Waterloo, Windsor, Ashford and Staines.
By car: Limited free parking is available in the surrounding streets with parking meters on St Mary's Crescent
By bicycle: Cycling is not permitted in the gardens. The park is connected to the surrounding area by designated cycle paths.
By underground: Osterley underground station is 0.5 miles and is served by the Piccadilly Line (Heathrow - Central London - Cockfosters).
By bus: H28 Hayes - Hounslow - Osterley, H91 Hounslow Hammersmith.