Hobart Hall Hotel

43-47 Petersham Rd, Richmond, Surrey, TW10 6UL, United Kingdom
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cheap things to do in twickenham

by barbh1

I'm going to London in late November, and by bus, to a show at York House. A friend told me to be sure to go early to look around the river area, as it is very beautiful. Where is a nice place to walk around, and maybe visit a bookshop? Thanks much. Barbara

Re: cheap things to do in twickenham

by EmmaBray

If the theatre is on the Strand you're right on the river - I'd walk to Convent garden and have a look around its really close. Theres loads of cafes around there to choose from there.

Re: cheap things to do in twickenham

by film

Ahem...It is the York House in Twickenham, closer to Heathrow than Covent Garden.

The riverside paths at Twickenham and Richmond are lovely.

http://maps.google.co.uk/maps?f=q&hl=en&geocode=&time=&date=&ttype=&q=Twickenham&sll=54.405183,-1.736623&sspn=0.081731,0.268993&ie=UTF8&ll=51.447562,-0.315857&spn=0.010939,0.033624&t=h&z=16&om=1

Over the bridge into Richmond will take you into bookshop and gallery territory.

Re: cheap things to do in twickenham

by diosh

Have you gone yet?
Take a look at my Richmond and Twickenham pages, if not:-)
Great bookshop , Langton's, in Church St, just beside York House.
The riverside walk, from Twickanham to Richmond,is lovely- then lots of cafes and restaurants in Richmond, when you get there:-)

Re: cheap things to do in twickenham

by diosh

Have you gone yet?
Take a look at my Richmond and Twickenham pages, if not:-)
Great bookshop , Langton's, in Church St, just beside York House.
The riverside walk, from Twickanham to Richmond,is lovely- then lots of cafes and restaurants in Richmond, when you get there:-)

Re: cheap things to do in twickenham

by diosh

Just realised I am a year out!
Hope you had a good time anyway. You don't appear to have come back to VT?

Travel Tips for Richmond

Richmond Riverside

by sue_stone

The most popular place in Richmond would have to be the riverside. The Thames seems to be a magnet for all visitors to this lovely part of London.

There is always something happening in the main riverside area. There are some good pubs and cafes/restaurants to relax in, and plenty of ducks and geese wandering about to keep the kids amused.

You also have beautiful Richmond Bridge which is great to photograph, and the river itself is always busy with passing boats and rowers. There is a tow-path on either side of the river, which runs for miles and is a great place to wander on a sunny day - you may even come a cross a pub or two along your way to stop off for a refreshing ale.

Row boats can be rented from a place close to the bridge if you want to get out on the water, else there is a tour boat with regular departures that can be picked up near the bridge also.

Richmond Green

by LondonChris

Lunch on Richmond Green, you can take a drink from the pub, visit many of the Deli's close by and also juice bars...
some days there will be a cricket match to watch... don't get too excited, and watch out for the balls....
Cricket is the perfect game to watch for a slow sunny day.... :)

Strolling along the Thames

by Jenniflower

This is a particularly pretty and popular area to have a beer and socialise with friends, in summer.

We also like it in winter (as is seen in the photos), when there are FAR less people around and we can take a long walk along the river bank. There aren’t nearly as many cyclists, buggys or people clogging up the pathway.

A lovely feature here is the stunning Richmond Bridge. It isn’t a huge bridge, is solid and simple. And I really like it.

We have strolled on the other side of the river before (Strawberry Hill side), but there is difficulty in accessing the river from there (homes are right on the water), so we usually remain on the main, Richmond side of the river here, for our strolls, either toward the Richmond Lock or along the Thames path.

River Thames visitor centre

by Jenniflower

This centre is quite a new feature by the river.

It is located just past the bridge to the side (after Tide Tables vegan café).

We wanted to go inside to see what information was available, but unfortunately could not, because, even though we were well within their opening times, they were not open…

So I am unable to comment any more on this visitor centre, except that they weren’t that much help…

The oldest tree of its kind in London!

by Jenniflower

This tree is found in the garden of the Canyon. Restaurant, a restaurant by the side of the river (we have not eaten here here).

The plaque says ‘ The Richmond Riverside Plane, is the tallest of its kind in the capital, and is a great tree of London – Platanus X Hispanica’

Quite an accolade, and quite a tree!

If you would like more information about this and other great trees in London, have a look at the London Tree Forum.

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