Two of Hounslow 's much-loved historic homes have made the final cut in the prestigious competition to single out the best the capital has to offer.
The public vote is set to close on Saturday October 31, and winners will be announced at a glitzy ceremony on November 16.
Glorious Chiswick House, a Palladian Villa, built in 1729 is set in recently restored grounds where visitors are free to walk around the grounds from dawn till dusk.
It has been owned by the public since 1929 when it was sold to Middlesex County Council by the ninth Duke of Devonshire.
The popular Gunnersbury Park and Museum, on the borders of Hounslow and Ealing, is still in the running despite being closed for a multi-million pound makeover which will see the museum reopen its doors in 2017.
Councillor Steve Curran, leader of Hounslow council, said: “These buildings are both incredible testimony to the borough’s rich and fascinating history and it is great that they have impressed the Time Out judges.
"These awards are very prestigious. Last year 250,000 Londoners voted for their favourite parts of the capital.
“Now we need as many people as possible to make sure Chiswick House and Gunnersbury Park and Museum fly the flag for Hounslow by going online and voting for them.”
Around 18,000 local shops, cultural venues, bars and restaurants and coffee shops were nominated for the awards.
Judges put a selected few to advance into the finals.
To vote for Chiswick House select 'Chiswick' and to vote for Gunnersbury Park and Museum select 'Ealing' and find the venues under the local culture section.