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Richmond

Please note that all walks are £5 per ticket and last approximately 1.5 to 2 hours.  There is no need to pre-book, just pay the Guide on the day.

For any enquiries, please call us on 020 8979 9670

Historic Richmond (regular walk)

Overview: An introduction to the town’s rich history, from the ancient Green, with its fine examples of 18th century houses and remains of a Royal Palace, to the elegant riverside and its historic Georgian Bridge

Dates & Times:  The following Sundays at 2.00pm: 16 June, 18 August and 15 September

Meeting point: Richmond Station by the Visitor Information Stand on the upper concourse, Richmond, TW9 2NA

Richmond Hill (regular walk)

Overview: Gently meander up Richmond Hill past an ancient burial ground, historic churches and alms-houses, then enjoy the famous view of the River Thames and the beautiful Terrace Gardens

Dates & Times: The following Saturdays at 11.00am: 29 June, 3 August and 28 September

Meeting point: Richmond Station by the Visitor Information Stand on the upper concourse, Richmond, TW9 2NA

Literary Walk (one off walk)

Overview:  Author, Author! This cultural stroll through the streets of Richmond highlights the lives and works of George Eliot, Virginia Woolf and other famous writers with local connections.

Date & Time: Sunday 3 November at 2.00pm

Meeting point: Richmond Theatre, Richmond Green TW9 1QJ

1940s Wartime Walk (one off walk)

Overview:  Air raids, rationing, the Blitz, Dad’s Army, the G.I.s stationed in Richmond, and the day it all began – 3rd September 1939.

Date & Time: Sunday 1 September at 2.00pm

Meeting point: The Old Town Hall, Whittaker Avenue, Richmond, TW9 1TP