Getting Around Richmond Upon Thames
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Whatever you plan to do or where ever you want to go,
source all the routes and ways you can travel within
the London Borough of Richmond Upon Thames.
There are 15 South West Train Railway Stations in the Borough. If you are looking for more information about travelling on this railway, visit South West Trains Website.
More details regarding rail travel around London can be found on the Transport for London website
The Borough is served by the District Line of the London Underground Service to Richmond via Kew Gardens.
BUSES TO ATTRACTIONS
Hampton Court Palace
|R68, 111, 216, 411, 267 (summer Sundays only)|
|Kew Gardens||65, 391|
|Museum of Rugby &
Twickenham Stadium tours
|Marble Hill House||33, 490, H22, R68, R70|
|Richmond (including the town, Richmond Museum, Richmond Theatre, Orange Tree Theatre)
||33, 490, H22, H37, R68, R70, 65|
|Twickenham (including Twickenham Museum)||33, 190, 290, 490, H22, R68, R70, 281, 267|
|Royal British Legion
|Bushy Park||465, R68, 111, 216, 411, 726, R70, 285|
|Garrick’s Temple||111, 216, R68 (267 summer Sundays only)|
|Landmark Arts Centre||R68, 285, 281|
|London Wetland Centre||33, 72, 283, 209|
|Strawberry Hill House||33|
|Orleans House Gallery||33, 290, 490, H22, R68, R70 (then 5 min walk)|
|Richmond Park||371 to Richmond Gate, 65 to Petersham Gate, 72,
74 to Roehampton Gate, 85 to Ladderstile Gate -
for the Isabella Plantation.
|Ham House||371 (then 10 min walk), 65 (then 15 min walk),
or take the Hammerton’s Ferry from Twickenham (off
Orleans road) which goes to Ham House or walk
along the tow path from Richmond Bridge
BUSES WITHIN THE BOROUGH
Good bus routes operate throughout the Borough, details can be found on the bus pages on the Transport for London website.