The Best Landmark in Richmond Upon Thames London

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in Richmond Upon Thames London, UK. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


East Molesey, Surrey, Richmond Upon Thames London KT8 9AU

Since 1514

Palace, Landmarks, Architecture Structure, Historical Places, Heritage Site, Exhibitions, Collections, Displays, School Visits, Group Visits, Educational Programs, Learning Programs, Workshops, Baby Changing Facilities, Guided Tours, Events & Shops

Free Admission for Members - The formal gardens and park are Grade I listed on the Register of Historic Parks and Gardens - It is one of only two surviving palaces out of the many owned by King Henry VIII

Price: Adult (16+ years old) £18.40 & Child (5-15 years old) £9.20

Mon - Sun 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

As part of a school trip we visited Hampton Court this week. Hampton Court is an absolute treat for anyone to visit. The entrance is fabulous with its high pillars reaching up, it's amazing how everything is still standing! As well as the impressive entrance, the chapel must be seen, with the ceiling covered in gold it makes your visit ten times better. The Great Hall and Dining Room are also magnificent, with statues eavesdropping from the ceiling and huge chandeliers producing a dim light; it's almost as if you're travelling through time! The Georgian Guard room is mind blowing with all the magical pieces of artwork made from guns, spears and swords that one day were used in battle.

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Ham Street, Richmond Upon Thames London TW10 7RS

Since 1610

Landmarks, Architecture Building, Historical Building, Heritage Site, House, Collection, Programs, Events, Formal Gardens, Baby Changing Facilities, Vegetable Garden, Cafe, Garden, Tours & Shops

Free Admission: National Trust Members - The house itself is designated on the National Heritage List for England as a Grade I listed building - It is claimed by the National Trust to be unique in Europe as the most complete survival of 17th century

Price: Adult £10.80, Child £5.40 & Family £27.00

Mon - Sun 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

The historic Ham House and gardens are a perfect way to spend a few hours touring a beautiful estate & gardens that captures the elegance of English manor life in the 1600's. Located on the Thames River in Richmond Upon Thames (London), it is only a 15 minute taxi from Big Ben.The price is very reasonable (7 quid or so) and funds go to the National Trust which owns and maintains the estate. The rooms and furnishings are mostly original and exquisite. This home has been used in many movies and TV locations (John Carter of Mars, Anna Karenina, etc). My special reason for loving the manor home is my ancestors (Lord Tollemache and the Earls of Dysart) counted this home as their family seat.

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Richmond Road, Twickenham, Richmond Upon Thames London TW1 2NL

Since 1729

Manor House, Landmarks, Architecture Structure, Historical Places, Heritage Site, Exhibitions, Collections, Displays, School Visits, Group Visits, Educational Programs, Learning Programs, Picnic Area, Gardens, Baby Changing Facilities, Venue Hire, Commercial Photography & Filming

It is a real treat as this beautiful Palladian villa is set in 66 acres of outstanding riverside parkland - It was by the mistress of King George II, to the designs of the architect Roger Morris in collaboration with Henry Herbert

Price: Adult £7.00, Child (5-15 Years) £4.20, Concession £6.30 & Family (2 Adults, 2 Children) £18.20

1 April - 29 October: Sat & Sun 10:30 am - 12:00 pm|2:15 am - 3:30 pm 30 October - 29 March: Closed

Marble Hill House is the brightest attraction along a walk along the Thames towpath south of Richmond Bridge towards Twickenham. Set in a 66 acre park it was built between 1724-9 as a home and artistic salon to Henrietta Howard, the estranged wife of the Earl of Howard who became the mistress of the Prince of Wales, later George II. The most impressive room is the piano nobile on the first floor where the mistress of the house held court with the likes of Alexander Pope and Jonathan Swift. It is the last remaining Palladian villa along the south bank of the Thames. It's open from March to November at weekends by guided tour only. Taken over from the defunct GLC by English Heritage in 1986.

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