Ealing is home to many independent retailers, and with its abundance of excellent restaurants and coffee shops, it is proving to be a showcase for modern cosmopolitan living.
Walpole Park is just a stone’s throw from the town centre and offers a tranquil green space, perfect for picnics and family fun.
Nestled on Ealing Green, you will find the world famous Ealing Film Studios, next door to Pitzhanger Manor, now re-opened after years of extensive refurbishment and providing international art and culture exhibitions. With glorious entertainment from the renowned Questors Theatre, Ealing is a great place to live, work and play and call home. So make a date and Make It Ealing for a great day out.
Ealing is easy to navigate with quick access to town centre facilities. Situated within the town centre are the town hall and council offices, there is a new public library in Ealing Broadway Shopping Centre, several churches representing most denominations, various gyms suitable for the young and old, and a broad range of educational establishments ideal for all ages.
Ealing is a significant transport hub, and it is effortless to get about and connect with friends and family or travel to work. British transport operates over 17 bus routes that connect Ealing to its neighbouring towns. At the moment Ealing Broadway station offers GWR, TFL, CENTRAL & DISTRICT line rail services. CROSSRAIL is due to open in 2020 and will provide Ealing with an even greater network reach.
Ealing has a significant and very reasonably priced parking. Our town centre car parks in Ealing Broadway Shopping Centre and Spring Bridge Road have over 1000 spaces Monday – Friday and over 1200 spaces at the weekend. We also have a smaller car park above Morrisons supermarket and various street parking locations in the town.
Ealing Broadway Shopping Centre carpark offers Shopmobility facilities as well.