Barnes, Mortlake & Sheen
Experience all that Barnes, Mortlake & Sheen has to offer,whether it be through our traditional cuisine along the River Thames or a visit to the many shops we have throughout Upper Richmond Road.
Experience all that Barnes, Mortlake & Sheen has to offer.
Barnes has a traditional village feel complete with ducks and geese through the common.Barnes is also home to the award winning London Wetland Centre (opened in the year 2000) which provides a home for London's wetland flora and fauna.
Mortlake is the finishing point of the annual Oxford v Cambridge boat race.It is thought to contain young salmon, referring to a fishery in the area on a former tributary of the River Thames which has now gone.
Sheen has many small boutique clothing shops and delicatessens.Central to the area is a small square, known as the triangle, with a war memorial, and an old mile stone.
Explore Barnes, Mortlake & Sheen
SHOPPING IN BARNES
The River Thames acts as a natural boundary between Barnes and the thoroughfares of Hammersmith, this therefore allows Barnes, Mortlake and Sheen to offer a variety of retailers and markets for you to experience. These range from boutiques, gift shops and jewellers to traditional grocers and butchers that offer high quality products to satisfy your every need.
A focal point of the immediate area is Barnes Pond, which hosts a traditional fair every July. If you are into music the Bull's Head pub in Barnes is one of the first and most important jazz venues in Britain. Together with the Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club, it became the main venue for major UK-based and visiting jazz musicians, offering both lunchtime and evening performances.