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City Stats:

Population: 21,221
Number of Hotels on This Site: 14
More Info At: http://www.visitrichmond.co.uk/

Key Tourist Sights:

One of the highlights of Richmond is the house where Virginia Woolf used to live. Woolf moved here in 1915 and lived here until 1924 and for fans of the famous author it is well worth a visit.

The famous Kew Gardens are also situated in Richmond and for nature lovers this is probably the highlight. Go for a stroll through the wonderful gardens and enjoy plants, woodland and tropical plants in the palm house, as well as some lovely buildings.

Ham House is an interesting Stuart house dating back to the beginning of the 17th century. The interiors are especially interesting, and the collections of paintings and furniture make it well worth a visit.

A trip to the National Archives at Kew, where over 3 million documents are stored, makes for an interesting afternoon. You can look at some of these for free and view famous historical documents including the Doomsday Book.

The Museum of Richmond is the place to go to explore the heritage of Richmond through interesting exhibitions and displays, and a number of fun activities make it suitable for the whole family.

Best Known For:

Richmond is known for being one of the most attractive areas of London, highlighted through Kew Gardens which is a world heritage site. This is also referenced in some of the paintings by J. M. W. Turner who chose the area for a number of his paintings.

It is also one of the most expensive places to live in Richmond, and as such there are some very attractive buildings here.

Richmond is also the home of Twickenham Stadium, the home of English rugby.

Richmond is the only Richmond borough which is situated both north and south of the river. The end of the Cambridge and Oxford Boat Race is also located in Richmond.

Famous people connected to Richmond include Lewis Carroll who went to the grammar school here, and Frances l’Anson who wrote the song ‘Lass of Richmond Hill’.

   

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