Historical places in Hillingdon

Explore historical places of interest in the borough of Hillingdon.

Discover and explore some of Hillingdon's fascinating heritage sites with our online tour videos.
The Battle of Britain Bunker Exhibition and Visitor Centre housed RAF Fighter Command's No.11 Group Operations Room throughout the Second World War.
This trail takes in key sites around the borough visited by members of the Polish Air Force during the Second World War.
A historic countryside park that was originally the grounds of Cranford House (demolished 1945).
A peaceful yet welcoming park, which has stood at the heart of Eastcote for more than 500 years.
Hillingdon's flagship heritage and culture site, which boasts a unique collection of community spaces, historic buildings, archaeological remains and landscape feature.
Across Hillingdon, blue plaques honour the notable men and women who have lived or worked in the borough.
Information about Hillingdon's war memorials, including photos and location details.
Learn about the build and design features of the Civic Centre in Uxbridge.
Historical facts about historical towns and rivers in Hayes, Uxbridge, Ruislip and Ruislip Manor.