Swimming in Richmond

There are several Richmond swimming pools, both in public and private clubs. Pools on the Park is without doubt the most well known, but there are many other to discover.

Just for a little bit of trivia, Twickenham's open air swimming pool closed in 1981 and has remained out of use ever since, however it has now been 'filled' and turned into a childrens play area / park called Jubilee Gardens.

Swimming Pools

Richmond Athletic Ground, Kew Foot Road, Richmond, TW9 2SS
Canon's Richmond gym additionally includes an exercise studio, squash courts, beauty treatment, sunbed, sauna, swimming pool and physiotherapy.... (more on Cannons)

Cedars Health Club
Richmond Hill, Richmond, TW10 6RP
Situated at the top of Richmond Hill, this health and leisure club offers a gym, a creche, a 20m indoor swimming pool and a 6 meter spa pool.... (more on Cedars Health Club)

David Lloyd Hampton
Staines Road, Twickenham, TW2 5JD
David Lloyd offers all the usual health club facilities including a gym, swimming pool, pilates, soft play and even golf. The recently improved... (more on David Lloyd Hampton)

Hampton Pool
High Street, Hampton, TW12 2ST
Hampton's 36m heated open air pool is situated in two acres of woodland next to Royal Bushy Park. They also have a... (more on Hampton Pool)

The Lensbury
Broom Road, Teddington, TW11 9NU
The Lensbury is a rather upmarket health club and hotel in Teddington with gym, tennis, golf, spa, sculling, kayaks, canoes, tennis, squash. They have a... (more on The Lensbury)

Pools On The Park
Twickenham Road, Richmond, TW9 2SF
Pools on the Park is a gym and health club offering aerobics, weights, tennis, swimming pool, sauna, solarium and massage in Richmond. It also has the... (more on Pools On The Park)

Teddington Pool
Vicarage Road, Teddington, TW11 8EZ
Teddington's main pool is 25 metres long, with a learner's pool for beginners and lessons, a kids' paddling pool and a hydrotherapy pool for rehabilitation. There's also... (more on Teddington Pool)

Why Swim?

Swimming is a really great form of exercise. The density of our bodies is close to that of water which means that we are well supported and place less weight and stress on our joints and bones - which is why its such a popular treatment for rehabilitations.

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