Clarion Collection Hotel Richmond Gate
152-158 Richmond Hill
Richmond upon Thames, EN TW10 6RP
Phone: (44) 0844 855-9121
Fax: (44) 0208 332-0354
152-158 Richmond Hill, Richmond upon Thames, EN, GB, TW10 6RP
- Phone: (44) 0844 855-9121
- Fax: (44) 0208 332-0354
St Matthias Church, Richmond, is a stunning Victorian Gothic building which dates back to 1857. The tall spire can be seen from miles away and the building as a whole is an architectural wonder. In 1970, the west end of the church was divided to provide a space for community activities. This space has come to be home to a number of community groups and is also available for hire for children's parties and group events/meetings. Although an Anglican Church, services are a mix of traditional Anglican practices and more informal ones, with the aim of fostering an open and welcoming community spirit.
Pembroke Lodge is historic Georgian mansion located in Richmond Park.
St Mary Magdalene Church at Richmond's Paradise Road is a lovely church. The church is known for holding many events and music festivals. They offer a number of services such as baptisms, communions, funerals and weddings. The youth and children equally participate in many of their functions. For detailed information, check out their website.
Holly Lodge is located in Richmond Park and houses the Police Offices of the park as well as the Holly Lodge Center, an educational and environmental community center.
Richmond is a town within the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames in the county of Greater London in UK. The town stands on the east of the beautiful River Thames and is one of the major centers of Greater London. Scenic beauty is aplenty at Richmond, along with historic buildings, palaces, shopping areas and urban complexes. Some of the prime tourist spots of the town include Richmond Park, Old Deer Park, Richmond Hill and the vintage Richmond Theater. Richmond bears a mark of affluence, sophistication and beauty and is one of the most popular places in London. Visit it!
Established in 1877 this place was known as Richmond Presbyterian Church, currently it is known as the Richmond Green United Reformed Church. The former church was built in between 1884- 1885 and styled in 1883 by architect William Wallace in Gothic style. The current building was built by F C Howgate and was previously used as the East Sheen United Reformed Church. The Richmond URC holds regular services and other activities like bible studies, visit their website for schedules. The church is presently ministered by Reverend Kristin Ofstad.
One of the surviving structures of the Richmond Palace is the Trumpeters' House near Thames. Today, the structure stands in place of the Palace. The site is known for figures that are playing trumpets that once were part of the gates of the Palace. Today, the House is a listed building of the United Kingdom.
Marble Hill House is an elegant Palladian villa found in the middle of acres of parkland. Its rooms are full of lavish decoration and are home to Panini paintings, a collection of early Georgian art and furniture, and the Lazenby Bequest Chinoiserie display. An audio tour, exhibition and film are available to explain the history of this magnificent house, its glamorous former residents and the surrounding area. Marble Hill House also serves as an beautiful venue for recommended outdoor concerts. The House is only open for public access seasonally, check website for timings.
These beautifully designed and manicured formal gardens are part of the historic Ham House.
The 17th Century home of the Duke and Duchess of Lauderdale, Ham House has only undergone minor alterations in the last 300-odd years and is a rare and outstanding example of the architecture and taste of that period. Situated in a park next to the River Thames, the House holds one of the world's best collections of 17th Century furniture, a display described by one antiques expert as "furnished like a great Prince's." Outside, the gardens comprise, parterres, flower gardens, orangeries, groves, avenues, courts, fountains and aviaries; all along the bank of one of the most historic rivers in the world. Please note that thehours change seasonally.
White Ash Lodge is one of the oldest buildings in Richmond Park and was originally the caretaker's house, complete with barn and stables.
The beautiful gardens surrounding the stately home, York House in Twickenham are simply stunning. Constructed in 1630 for Andrew Pitcarne, a courtier of King Charles I, this house was then bought by the first earl of Clarendon, Henry Hyde. Over the years, this house has opened its doors to public and now serves as the Town Hall of London Borough of Richmond Upon Thames.