Visiting Chiswick

While visiting the Chiswick Flower Market, why not take the opportunity to explore a bit more of Chiswick and the surrounding area. Chiswick has a wonderful selection of independent cafes, pubs, restaurants and boutique shops.

The High Road, Turnham Green Terrace and Devonshire Road – all close to the Chiswick Flower Market – are packed with interesting shops to browse and the numerous delis dotted around the area provide fresh produce from around the world. Don’t miss the opportunity to grab a coffee or to have brunch or an al fresco lunch in one of the restaurants there – just remember to make a booking as they do get very busy.

Alternatively, you can take a break to enjoy a drink while people-watching or listening to the entertainment near the Old Market. You can always leave your plants at the creche while you relax and enjoy all that Chiswick has to offer.

The Market Place

  • Planet Organic: a new coffee stall and flower-themed offers.
  • Foster Books: horticultural treasures from their antiquarian stock of books and prints.
  • George IV: Shire horses and local beers in the most central pub in Chiswick

Chiswick High Road

Chiswick House and Gardens is very close, with Hogarth’s House and Gunnersbury Park also nearby. Our local three hectare nature reserve, known as the Gunnersbury Triangle, is at the end of our High Road near Chiswick Park Station and is a great place for a tranquil walk.

The Thames riverfront, with its pubs and towpath, lies a short walk away.

Our friendly, local marshals or information gazebo can point you in the right direction or give you some tips.

Find out what else Chiswick has to offer at The Chiswick Calendar.