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With Richmond, Twickenham and Kingston upon Thames on the doorstep there is lots to see and do near by. The pub is just a short stroll from National Trust, Ham House, Marble Hall and the deer in Richmond Park.
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The Fox and Duck is just a short journey from the centre of Richmond.
Don’t miss out on the chance to see Kew Gardens, the deer in Richmond park and to enjoy all of the wonderful eclectic shops on the high street.
Just across the river and only a short ride on the Hammertons Ferry between March and October sits Twickenham.
Home of Rugby, Marble Hall and Orleans House Gallery.
The Ferry Drops you at the wonderful Ham Hall and we are just a twelve minute walk away.
The Royal Botanic Gardens houses one of the largest botanical collections in the world.
The pub is just a short drive a way making us the perfect stop off after your day exploring the gardens.
National Trust Ham House is a 17th-century house set in formal gardens on the bank of the River Thames in Ham, just a short stroll from our pub.
The original house was completed in 1610 by Thomas Vavasour, an Elizabethan courtier and Knight Marshal to James I.
Free to enter, Wednesday to Sunday, April to October, Marble Hill House is a grade I listed building and is one of the last remaining Neo-Palladian villas between Richmond and Hampton court.
It was built between 1724 and 1729 as the home of Henrietta Howard, Countess of Suffolk, who lived there until her death.
Richmond the largest of London’s Royal Parks, and is of national and international importance for wildlife conservation. It was created by Charles I in the 17th century as a deer park.
Our pub is just a four minute walk from the park. We are open from 8am most days, making us the perfect stop off for a coffee after your morning stroll.
Orleans House was a Palladian villa built by the architect John James in 1710 near the Thames at Twickenham, England, for the politician and diplomat James Johnston. It was subsequently named after the Duc d’Orléans who stayed there in the early 19th century.
Now a free contemporary art gallery set in beautiful gardens overlooking the River Thames in Twickenham. With a year-round programme of exhibitions, live events and educational experiences
Richmond park is just a four minute walk away with loads of great walks and trails.
Check our this 6km easy circular walk on alltrails.com