Syon Park

TW8 8JF, London, UK
Founded in:
Total area:
56.6 hectares
About The Venue

Syon Park is the garden area surrounding Syon House, the London place of residence of the Duke of Northumberland. It is a location which was landscaped and formed in the 18th century. The 56.6 hectares of land which comprise Syon Park are listed as a Grade I site under the Historic Buildings and Ancient Monuments Act 1953. Because of its historical significance as well as the vast expanse of available spaces the venue is frequently chosen as a prime location for the hosting of high-profile business events. It is, for instance, the designated located for the hosting of the Enterprise GC Summit.

As mentioned before, Syon Park consists of 56.6 hectares of landscaped land. Of these, the main gardens are designated as a Site of Borough Importance for Nature Conservation. Syon Park offers many locations where business events can be held including the area around Syon House, the flood meadows near the River Thames and others. The park is used throughout the year with the exclusion of winter when it is closed for maintenance.  The venue can be accessed from Park road and is within easy reach of public transport. Accommodation can be found both around and within the venue.

How to get to Syon Park
On foot

London City Airport – Not Advisable

Heathrow Central Bus Station – Not Advisable

By Car

London City Airport – Via A4, 1h15mins

Heathrow Central Bus Station – Via Bath Rd/A4, 23 mins

By public transport

London City Airport – Not Advisable

Heathrow Central Bus Station – Not Advisable

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