Horsenden Hill

Horsenden Hill is a site of varied wildlife, in a place of historical interest with archeological finds dating back to Neolithic, Roman, Saxon, Tudor, Victorian and more recent times. There is so much to explore; and children in particular love to find the Grufallo Trail where these adorable creatures hide in the woodlands.

The hill is open to visitors all year round, and suitable for families, walkers and four legged friends (although please keep them on their leash when cows are grazing).

“Horsenden Hill is the most magical place. The summit feels like you are on top of the world, with those amazing panoramic views. It’s a real urban jewel!”

Melanie Murphy-Carder

Horsenden Hill is looked after by dedicated Ealing Rangers and the Friends of Horsenden Hill, a group of local volunteers who take part in environmental conservation, cultural activities and stewardship of the land.

The Friends organise regular guided nature walks where you can find out more about the wildlife, the flora and fauna and the woodlands of Horsenden.

Follow the Friends on Facebook and please get in touch if you’re interested in volunteering!