Places to Visit in Richmond
One of the greatest advantages of living in Richmond upon Thames is how
many great places there are to visit in the area - ranging from areas of
natural beauty such as Richmond Park to incredible collections of flora
at Kew Gardens and many great constructions - not just stunning historic
houses but the home of the England and British Lions rugby teams -
Click on one of the images below to find more about very best that
Richmond has to offer!
including information about opening hours, walking routes and
links to a range of sporting activities including cycling,
flying kites and horse riding in the park.
features some of the best houses in England, such as Ham House,
Hampton Court Palace, Kew Palace, Marble Hill House and more! We have some amazing properties.
find out more about Kew Palace, the Palm House, the
Orangery and the Treetop walkway. The Royal
Botanic Gardens in Kew is a national treasure
and always amazing.
Museums in Richmond
great places to visit on rainy days - including Richmond museum,
Twickenham museum, the Rugby museum and several others across the Borough.
River Thames in
information about boat trips, boat hire and ferry crossings - as
well as more athletic activities such as rowing, sailing and
skiffing. So much fun on the River.
information about the largest rugby union stadium in the country
- including rugby fixtures
, concert news,
parking tips, how to get the best tickets and how to get there.
covering all the local churches and places of worship in
Richmond upon Thames - including churches in Richmond,
Twickenham, Teddington and more.
Hotels and B&Bs
hotels and bed and breakfast accommodation in Richmond upon
We can link you directly to
agents who can take your booking.
the largest town in the Borough, perhaps best known for the
rugby stadium and the mysterious Eel Pie Island - the page also
includes the lovely area of
Further up the River Thames, Teddington is a tranquil town famed
for Teddington Lock as well as Teddington Studios.
It's also quite posh and not short of
Walking in Richmond
The best walking routes in and around Richmond, plus organisations to help you find your way!
Map of Richmond upon
just as described, this page has a "zoom-able" map of
the London Borough of
Jump in, click around and find what
you are looking for.
Richmond upon Thames is a such a magnet for tourism. Its an
incredible place to visit and only 10 miles from Central London.
If you want to visit Richmond upon Thames and are looking for
somewhere to stay, visit our page on Richmond
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