Browsing local attractions within 10 miles of Wright Residence
12 Church Street, Twickenham, TW1 3NJ, (0.6 miles, 0.9kms)
Little Green, Richmond, TW9 1QL, (2 miles, 3kms), Tel: 020 8734 3330, Email
1a Church Court, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 1JL, (0.1 miles, 0.2kms), Tel: 020 8940 7325, Email
Gifts and Jewellery
153 Church Road, Barnes, London, SW13 9HR, (5 miles, 8kms), Tel: 020 8748 9659, www.blue-lavender.com
7 Paved Court, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 1LZ, (2 miles, 3kms), Tel: 020
12a Eton Street, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 1EE, (0.1 miles, 0.2kms), Tel: 0208948 2626, www.thenaturalshoestore.com
6 Crown Road, St Margarets, TW1 3EE, (1 miles, 2kms), Tel: 020 8891 2003, www.yellowwedge.com
Cheeses, gourmet gifts, advice on creating cheeseboards.
next to Richmond Bridge, Richmond, TW9, (2 miles, 3kms), Tel: 08456 122 660
With the historic Richmond Bridge, tides on the Thames and the countryside-like views towards Petersham Meadows, it is an ideal place for a leisurely walk.
Hampton Court Road, Hampton, TW12 2EN, (3 miles, 4kms), Tel: 020 8831 6000, www.garrickstemple.org.uk
Set in an C18th pleasure garden contains a replica statue and exhibition celebrating the life of actor David Garrick who commissioned the Temple.
Photo Focus, 6 King Street, Twickenham, TW1 3SN, (0.5 miles, 0.9kms)
62 Barnes High Street, London, SW13 9LF, (4 miles, 7kms), Tel: 020 8878 6676
Rugby Road, Twickenham, Middlesex, TW1 1DZ, (0.9 miles, 1kms), Tel: 0208 892 8877, www.rfu.com/museum
Why is there a dagger in England's dressing room? What is the connection between a bird of prey and Twickenham's stands? You will find the answers and many intriguing secrets when you take a tour behind the scenes at the rugby stadium.
66 Barnes High Street, London, SW13 9LD, (4 miles, 7kms), Tel: 020 8487 5876, www.zigzagjewels.com
61-63 Petersham Road, Richmond, TW10 6UT, (2 miles, 3kms), www.thebingham.co.uk
Licensed for civil weddings and civil partnerships, this elegant Georgian townhouse dates back to the 1700's and all of the function rooms overlook the River Thames in leafy Richmond.
Petersham House was originally built in 1680 as one of a number of hunting lodges and was occupied during the 1700's by various historical figures including the Duke of Rutland and the Duchess of Montrose.