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Guide your way through everything there is to do in Richmond upon Thames!

2 June 2021

VisitRichmond has a new guide for locals and tourists alike showcasing all the borough has to offer.

The VisitRichmond Guide 2021 details the borough’s historic and world-famous sites, parks, galleries and museums. It features the borough's best walking and cycling routes, how to relax by the river, and a list of the Richmond upon Thames' hidden gems. It also has a calendar of events and suggested itineraries showcasing the exciting things happening in the borough now that the COVID-19 pandemic’s restrictions have eased.

Residents in Richmond upon Thames are encouraged to get a guide to discover all that is available locally on your doorstep and to support the #VisitLocal and #ShopLocal campaigns.

VisitRichmond has worked with the venues and places featured in the guide to make sure they are COVID-19 secure and ready to welcome visitors back.

The free VisitRichmond Guide 2021 is available online, or to collect at Richmond Station Information Kiosk and at libraries around the borough.

For more information on what to see and do in Richmond upon Thames go to the VisitRichmond website.

Cllr Gareth Roberts, Leader of Richmond Council, said:

"It has been so long since some of our venues have been able to open their doors to visitors and locals, making the 2021 VisitRichmond Guide particularly special.

"There is a huge amount to see and do in Richmond upon Thames. We have stunning parks and open spaces, historic houses, museums, galleries, river walks and thriving town centres. It is the perfect place to explore whether you live locally or are coming from further afield.

"The VisitRichmond Guide 2021 is usually published at the beginning of the year, but the pandemic delayed things and means it’s even more important that we support the reopening of the borough by visiting its venues and embracing all there is to do here.

"Please bear in mind that visiting the borough will look and operate a little differently. Remember to wear a face covering, unless exempt, when visiting any indoor venues and plan ahead as there will be restrictions on visitor numbers in certain places to ensure social distancing."

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Updated: 2 June 2021