About Syon Park

Syon House is the London home of the Duke of Northumberland and his family.  The house, which has stood for more than 500 years, contains grand classical interiors and a fine collection of art and sculpture. 

There have been gardens at Syon for almost 600 years. From the gardens and orchards of Syon Abbey, through the earliest botanical collection in the country to the parkland landscape of Lancelot 'Capability' Brown and the first Garden Centre in the country, Syon has always been at the forefront of horticultural trends.  

We now have over four hundred species of tree in the collection, including many rare and unusual specimens, and this was the origin of The Enchanted Woodland, as it is an event which is resolutely and unapologetically about trees.  If you come in the spring you'll see the Tulip Trees and Cherries in flower, if you visit in the summer and autumn, you'll enjoy the cool shade under the Oaks and admire the blazing colours of the Maples, but if you come to Syon in the winter, you'll see our fine collection of trees in a whole new way. 

If you'd like to see more images of Syon, or to find out about visiting in the summer, please visit www.syonpark.co.uk

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