Historic Buildings in Richmond upon Thames

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The view of the Thames from the top of Richmond Hill, protected by an Act of Parliament since 1902, has been a source of inspiration for artists and poets throughout the years.

Richmond Hill, Richmond upon Thames, TW10

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Richmond Hill, Richmond Hill, Richmond upon Thames, TW10

 

Richmond Town, Surrey, TW9

 

One of London’s best kept secrets, this atmospheric Stuart mansion nestles on the banks of leafy Richmond-upon-Thames.

Ham Street, Ham, Richmond, TW10 7RS

tel: 020 8940 1950

National Trust

 

A classic example of a Stuart mansion, which is often featured in films for TV and cinema.

Film name: A Little Chaos, Anna Karenina, Never Let me Go, Sense & Sensibility, John Carter, Young Victoria

Ham Street, Ham, Richmond, TW10 7RS

tel: 020 8940 1950

National Trust

 

500 years of royal history. Impressive architecture and opulent interiors of the state apartments and the vast Tudor kitchens. 60 acres of stunning riverside gardens including the world famous maze.

East Molesey, Surrey, KT8 9AU

tel: 0333 320 6000

 

Hampton Court Palace provides 500 years of royal history at the state apartments, 60 acres of riverside gardens and the world famous maze

East Molesey, Surrey, KT8 9AU

tel: 0333 320 6000

 

Since 1922, The Poppy Factory (originally called the Disabled Society) has been employing wounded, sick and injured ex-Service personnel in its Factory

20 Petersham Road, Richmond, Surrey, TW10 6UR

tel: 020 8940 3305

 

Twickenham, Twickenham, Middlesex, TW1/TW2

 

Pope's Villa, Cross Deep, Twickenham, Middlesex, TW1 4QG

 

Ham Pond is the Common's focal point, and it dates back to when horses were watered on the Common

 

The footbridge consists of two separate bridges across the River Thames in England situated just upstream of Teddington Lock.

Teddington Lock, Ferry Road, Teddington, Middlesex, TW11 9NG

 

Kneller Hall is a mansion in Whitton, in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames which is stone-corniced, casemented and constructed as to its ground floor central range and otherwise built of red bricks.

Kneller Road, Whitton, Twickenham, TW2 7DU

tel: 020 8744 8633

 

The Langdon Down Centre was known as the theatre wing of the Normansfield Hospital, set up in 1868 by John and Mary Langdon Down.

Langdon Down Centre, 2A Langdon Park, Teddington, TW11 9PS

tel: 0208 614 5100

 

Riverside, Twickenham, TW1 3DJ

tel: 020 8831 6000

 

London making a countryside impression

next to Richmond Bridge, Richmond, TW9

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The impressive sight that greets visitors today is an original redbrick Tudor house, transformed and remodelled by Robert Adam between 1760-1780 for a wealthy banking family, the Childs.

Jersey Road, Isleworth, London, TW7 4RB

tel: 020 8232 5050

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Marble Hill is the last complete survivor of the elegant villas and gardens which bordered the Thames between Richmond and Hampton Court in the 18th century.

Richmond Road, Twickenham, TW1 2NL

tel: 020 8892 5115

English Heritage