Ealing Broadway Area Guide

Ealing Broadway is buzzing with life. Known as the ‘Queen of the Suburbs’ since Victorian times when it was a semi-rural retreat for wealthy Londoners, it still maintains that mix of busy city life and green space in which to relax. Ealing Broadway is undergoing a massive transformation, and now amongst the grand period buildings, you’ll find exceptional modern architecture and brand new apartments.

The Elizabeth Line has made Ealing Broadway even more accessible from Central London, alongside the District and Central Lines and National Rail, it’s a brilliantly well-connected transport hub.

It’s also a creative centre – Walpole Park is home to festivals and events throughout the year, including the Ealing Jazz, Comedy and Beer festival. (It’s also a lovely place for a scenic walk at other times!) Ealing Art College (now a campus of the The University of West London) paved the way for legends including Freddie Mercury, Ronnie Wood and Pete Townshend. Ealing Studios on Ealing Green is the oldest continuously working film studio in the world, most recently being used for interior scenes in Downton Abbey.

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Dicken’s Yard

Dickens Yard, Ealing W5 2TD

Here you’ll find an array of places to eat: Pasta Remoli where you can enjoy fresh pasta or even take part in a pasta masterclass. No17 serves up fancy roasts, while Gails offers amazing cakes, pastries and fresh bread.

Boom Battle Bar

Filmworks Walk, New Broadway, W5 5FA

Cast your mind back to childhood where you can take part in mini golf, ping pong, augmented darts and axe throwing all in one place, while enjoying great food and cocktails at the same time. Boom Battle Bar is brand new to Ealing and has had great success so far.

Ealing Studios

Ealing Green, W5 5EP

Best known for being home to multiple famous TV shows including Monty Python and Dr Who. Ealing is the oldest continuously working studio facility for film production in the world making this part of Ealing one of the most famous and historical.

Santa Maria

11 Bond St, W5 5AP

Established on Valentines day 2010, what better way to celebrate the season of love with arguably the best pizza in Ealing. With an authentic feel and a great ambience inside, you’ll get amazing customer service mixed with great Italian flavours. Their menu is extensive with choices for people with all dietary requirements.

Walpole Park

Mattock Ln, W5 5EQ

Opening in 1901, Walpole Park is home to various festivals and events throughout the year, notably Ealing jazz, comedy and beer festival. It makes for a scenic walk all year round and easily links Ealing Broadway to Northfields. The park spans 28 acres and also features the beautiful Pitzhanger Manor House and Gallery which opened in 1987 as a heritage attraction in 1987.

Ealing Broadway Shopping Centre

The Broadway, W5 5JY

Everything you could ever need is located within this shopping centre with access to a plethora of shops, restaurants and pubs, and the UK’s first Amazon Fresh opened in the centre in 2021. Pubs such as The North Star and The Grove play host to live music every week and serve classic, amazing pub-grub.

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