Walpole Park was officially handed over to the public in 1901, but its historical significance dates back to 1800 when Pitzhanger Manor and approximately 28 acres of surrounding land were sold to Sir John Soane for the sum of £4,500. In September 2013, a major project refurbished the park, restoring the park’s historical features, buildings and landscape for all visitors to enjoy.
The park facilities include a new playground, Walled kitchen Garden, Regency planted beds, The Rickyard learning and education centre, a kiosk café and toilet facil
Pitzhanger Pantry and Soane's Kitchen are now open in Walpole Park. Pitzhanger Pantry is in the kiosk and Soane's Kitchen is in the walled garden, accessible from Ealing Green and Walpole Park.
We run a range of events and activities, including volunteering and wildlife walks in the park throughout the year. To find out more, see Volunteering opportunities and What's on.
You can contact Vanessa Hampton, Walpole Park Manager on 07976 920562 or email email@example.com
Ealing Summer Festivals is an annual event hosted in the park every year.
More information about visiting the park can be found here.