Lots to see and do in Richmond upon Thames

Release Date: 11 January 2018

Have you planned your next adventure yet? Fancy a stroll in the park? Perhaps a journey through history? Or a saunter down the river? Richmond upon Thames has all that and more.

Tourists and locals alike can now pick up the latest VisitRichmond Guide 2018 to the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. The guide is packed with all the borough has to offer from indoor and outdoor tourist attractions to restaurants and accommodation. There’s something in there for the whole family.

The free guide is now available from The Richmond Station Information Kiosk and your local libraries.

Cllr Paul Hodgins, Leader of Richmond Council said:

“Situated on arguably the most beautiful section of the River Thames, this is a borough with a long and rich history, home to some of the country’s most important cultural and sporting venues, and is full of hidden treasures. We're fortunate to have green and open spaces which are the envy of the country. Each of our local villages has a unique character, all with their own attractions and worth discovering.

“Whether you’re coming from near or far, and whether you’re here for an extended period or a quick visit, I hope you enjoy your time in this beautiful borough. Richmond welcomes you, and we hope you'll visit again and again.”

For more information about what to see and do in Richmond go to Visit Richmond.

Notes for editors

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Reference: P018/18

Updated: 31 January 2018