Welcome to Ealing

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Things to do in Ealing

Ealing is home to many independent retailers, & with its abundance of excellent restaurants and coffee shops, it is proving to be a showcase for modern cosmopolitan living.

Walpole Park, just a stone’s throw from the town centre, offers a tranquil green space for picnics and family fun.

Nestled on Ealing Green, you’ll find the world-famous Ealing Studios, next door to Pitzhanger Manor which provides international arts & culture exhibitions.

With entertainment from the renowned Questors Theatre, Ealing is a fantastic place to live, work, and play.


Situated in Ealing Town Centre, you’ll find the new public library, town hall & Council offices, several churches, various gyms for young and old, and a broad range of educational establishments ideal for all ages.

There are maps available to help you navigate at the Station, Dickens Yard, & Ealing Broadway Shopping Centre.

Public toilets are available at Walpole Park from 8am to dusk & Ealing Broadway Shopping Centre Mon-Sat 9am-5:30 pm & Sun 11am-5pm.

There are accessible toilets & lifts at the Shopping Centre

How to get here

Ealing is a central transport hub.

The recently upgraded Ealing Broadway Station offers GWR, TFL, Central & District Line rail services, & is now step-free.

Upgraded as part of Crossrail, the Elizabeth line will open later this year with a fleet of new trains – giving Ealing even greater network reach.

British transport operates over 17 bus routes including 24-hour buses 65 & 83; daily buses 112, 207, 226, 427, 607, E1, E2, E3, E7, E8, E9, E10, E11; & night buses N7 & N11.


Ealing has a wide range of affordable parking.

Our town centre includes offers over 1000 spaces to park your car between Ealing Broadway Shopping Centre, Springbridge Road Carpark, Morrisons & Perceval House.

There is now a dedicated unit for scooters & bicycles in Ealing Broadway, as well as the many bicycle stands & various e-scooter locations.