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Underground Stations

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Kew Gardens Tube Station

Station Approach, Richmond upon Thames, TW9 3QB

9 mins from International Garden Photographer of the Year

Gunnersbury Tube Station

Chiswick High Road, London, Hounslow, W4 4AN

16 mins from International Garden Photographer of the Year

Chiswick Park Tube Station

Acton Lane, London, Ealing, W4 5NE

23 mins from International Garden Photographer of the Year

Mainline Stations

Distance

Kew Bridge Railway Station

Kew Bridge Road, Brentford, Hounslow, TW8 9QS

11 mins from International Garden Photographer of the Year

Brentford Railway Station

Station Road, Brentford, Hounslow, TW8 8DT

17 mins from International Garden Photographer of the Year

Chiswick Railway Station

Burlington Lane, London, Hounslow, W4 3HB

18 mins from International Garden Photographer of the Year

Docklands Light Railway

Distance

Bank

Cornhill , London, City, EC3V 3LA , Underground lines: Waterloo & City, Northern, Central, DLR (Bank Branch)

8.9 miles from International Garden Photographer of the Year

Tower Gateway

Minories, London, City, EC3N 1JL , Underground lines: DLR (Tower Gateway Branch)

9.47 miles from International Garden Photographer of the Year

Shadwell DLR Station

Cable Street, London, Tower Hamlets, E1 2QF , Underground lines: DLR (Bank Branch)

10.23 miles from International Garden Photographer of the Year

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The London Borough of Richmond upon Thames

The London Borough of Richmond upon Thames

Richmond-upon-Thames Home to the rich and famous for centuries, from Henry VIII to Mick Jagger, Richmond-upon-Thames boasts magnificent houses and gardens, many of which stem from the river that forms the heart of this popular enclave. Discover world-renowned Hampton Court Palace and maze, the oldest Tudor palace in England, and Kew Gardens, with its 300 acres containing collections of over 40,000 varieties of plants. Marble Hill House, the Thames-side villa built between 1724-29 for Henrietta Howard, mistress of King George III, is also open to visitors. Twickenham Stadium and Museum, the home of English rugby, is located within the borough, as well as theatres and art galleries, specialist shopping, and two excellent repertory cinemas. The finest feature of the borough is Richmond Park, with its herds of red and fallow deer. The most magnificent park in the capital, this expanse offers some of the most attractive countryside in Britain.

 
 

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