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Hounslow Heath

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A fragment of old wilderness known in the 18th century as a haunt of highwaymen, nowadays it is a grassed area with a children’s playground.

About the park

There is play equipment for children under 13, as well as older children. A small wooded area at the back of the playground provides a sanctuary for wildlife.

Outdoor Gym – This site has a large calisthenics rig, air skier, and spinning bike.

The rest of Hounslow Heath is managed by Hounslow Council's Parks Team.

Map & Directions

Public Transport Directions

The nearest train station is Whitton, and the area is also served by the bus routes 110 and 111.

Hounslow Heath


Hanworth Road, Hounslow, London, TW4 5LJ

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