This website provides an online ticket service for events in the London Borough of Hillingdon's community heritage and arts spaces. A telephone and in-person booking facility (card payment only) is also available at Compass Theatre, open Tue-Fri 12-5pm and Sat 10am-1pm

Tickets : 01895 250615 |
Venue Hire: 01895 277643 |

Virtual Tours


Hillingdon Stories present virtual tours around some of the borough's historic spaces

Cranford Country Park - This 144-acre park contains a number of historic relics, including; a cobbled stable yard, a ha-ha, enclosed courtyard known as The Secret Garden and the medieval St Dunstan's Church and graveyard. Take the Virtual Tour  Watch the story of the Grey Lady of Cranford

Eastcote House Gardens -  Situated on 10 acres of parkland in the heart of Eastcote village, this site contains the stables, a timber framed building dating back to the 17th century. Eastcote House Gardens won London in Bloom Park of the Year category in 2014 and 2019. Take the Virtual Tour

Harmondsworth Great Barn - The Grade I listed building dates back to 1426 and was built by Winchester College as part of its manor farm. More than 95% of its structural timbers and half of the planking on its walls are original. Take the Virtual Tour

Hayes Town - explore the historical stories and characters of old Hayes Town through a self-guided tour, starting from Church Green and ending at the Beck Theatre. Take the Virtual Tour

Hillingdon's War Memorials - 10 of the war memorials across the borough. Take the Virtual Tour /  Self-Guided Tour

Ickenham Hall - a Grade II listed Georgi-an mansion, which was originally the home of John Crosier and family is located in the grounds of the Compass Theatre. Take the Virtual Tour

Manor Farm, Ruislip - located across 22 acres. The site houses a unique collection of buildings, including the Grade II* listed Great Barn dating back to the 13th century. Take the Virtual Tour / Download the Audio Guide / the story of Building at Manor Farm

Ruislip Lido Railway - Britain's longest 12-inch gauge railway, dating back to 1811. Take the Virtual Tour

St Martin's Church, Ruislip - dates back to 1250, this Grade I listed church features 15th century additions and Victorian restorations. Take the Virtual Tour

St Mary's Church, Harmondsworth - Grade II listed parish church; St Mary the Virgin Church in  Harmondsworth, features a 12th century south arcade and doorway and a 13th century north arcade. Take the Virtual Tour

Uxbridge Quaker Meeting House - This early 19th century meeting house retains much of its original character, and was a site of Quaker worship from the late 1600s. Take the Virtual Tour

Uxbridge Crown & Treaty - Look around the historic building, at what was discussed, the characters who took part, and the history of The Crown and Treaty House itself. Take the Virtual Tour375th Anniversary Exhibition


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