Next stop, Hounslow. Explore Hounslow’s Hidden Gems with new website

The brand-new visitor website inHounslow is putting Hounslow on the map, allowing everyone to explore the borough and have great days out.

Published: Thursday, 12th August 2021

inHounslow the brand new visitor website

Hounslow Council is proud to launch, the new place for Hounslow residents, visitors, and businesses to discover and share the fantastic events and unique places to visit.

The brand-new website allows anyone to explore Hounslow’s Hidden Gems whether they are planning a weekend away or a fun-filled day.

Cllr Steve Curran, Leader of Hounslow Council, said:

“We’re putting Hounslow on the map and showcasing everything that makes our borough fantastic. Our unique borough – the gateway to the capital, immensely diverse, rich in culture and one of the greenest in London – has so much to offer. Town centres and high streets full of incredible independent shops and restaurant cuisines from all over the globe. Theatres and galleries. Top level sport at Brentford FC and London Irish RFC. And the stunning historical heritage of Hogarth’s House, Osterley House, Chiswick House and Gardens and Gunnersbury mansion house.

“Our new inHounslow website helps residents and visitors see all of these opportunities in one place and acts as hub for events and activities taking place.

“The last 15 months have been extremely difficult for our visitor economy and we are committed to doing everything we can to help. inHounslow – integral to our recovery plans – helps local businesses bounce back. I encourage our businesses to use this opportunity to put themselves on the map, increase sales and build repeat business with local shoppers or visitors to the borough.” 

With international travel plans continuing to be uncertain or costly due to COVID-19, many families are planning UK holidays this summer. Hounslow has put itself in the spotlight as a visitor hotspot with a fantastic offer. 

The Council is encouraging residents to explore what is on their doorstep and to Shop Local, while also attracting visitors from further afield.  

The new website will profile local businesses for free, supporting them to thrive and provide a central place where visitors can easily navigate local offers and plan great days out. Promoting sustainable transport is a key commitment of the Council and the website clearly signposts users to green links and public transport to attractions. 

Local businesses are encouraged to upload business profiles, offers and events for visitors to add to their fun-filled itineraries. Residents can get involved by recommending their favourite business or attraction or sharing their #HiddenGems with us on Twitter or Facebook.  

To find out more, plan your next trip or sign up visit:

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