The Best Of Chiswick In Photos

Laura Reynolds
By Laura Reynolds Last edited 73 months ago
The Best Of Chiswick In Photos
Chiswick Park Station. It's actually closer to Turnham Green than Turnham Green Station is, and is located close to the site of the 1643 Battle of Turnham Green. Photo: Andrew Lachlan

Chiswick. Always a lovely place to visit but even more so when the stunning Magical Lantern Festival rocks up at Chiswick House Gardens for a couple of months (seriously, we were blown away). Take a look at what else Chiswick and the surrounding area has to offer.

Isleworth by the Thames, a couple of miles down the river from Chiswick. Photo: Robert Moore
Chiswick Pier. Photo: Kim S
Hogarth Terrace on Hogarth Lane, close to the site where artist William Hogarth lived. Photo: HoosierSands
Stik street art in Acton Green. Photo: Matt
Fosters' bookshop on Chiswick High Road. The family run business is based in the oldest shop on the road. Photo: Ian Wylie
House on Chiswick Mall. Photo: shadow_in_the_water
Collins of Chiswick. Photo: Ian Wylie
Christ Church W4 on Turnham Green. Photo: Alex Muller
Hogarth's House, the former home of William Hogarth, who lived there from 1749 until his death in 1764. Photo: Will Noble
Huskies in Chiswick Park. Photo: Anton
The 2013 RideLondon-Surrey 100 arrives at Chiswick Bridge. Photo: Ian Wylie
Mural in Acton Green. Photo: Matt
Chiswick House. Photo: Paul
The Batmobile has an MOT in a Chiswick garage. Photo: Steve A
Chiswick Mall under water in a high tide. Photo: Cheylene

Last Updated 21 March 2017