AddressHarmondsworth Moor, 41 Moor Lane
The open parkland contains a variety of habits including meadows, rivers, lakes and ponds. Meandering paths take you through open countryside and new plantations.
Harmondsworth Barn is well worth a visit while you are in the area. Rescued by English Heritage after years of neglect, this Grade I listed barn ranks alongside the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey for its exceptional architectural and historic interest. It was dubbed the “Cathedral of Middlesex” by Sir John Betjeman.
The barn is an English Heritage site see here for directions, opening times and history.
There’s parking available at the southern end of the park off Tramac Lane and Accommodation Lane. The park is also just a short walk from the historic Harmondsworth village.
Download our Harmondsworth Moor circular walk here.
Harmondsworth Moor is owned by British Airways. Find out more on the Hillingdon libraries blog – Harmondsworth Moor a Rural Idyll underneath a flight path