Richmond Bridge, London

Richmond Bridge tide times



June 2024

Richmond Bridge tide times

Date Low tides High tides
Thu13
03:130.1m
15:130.6m
08:153.8m
20:203.6m
Fri14
03:540.2m
15:590.8m
09:013.6m
21:103.4m
Sat15
04:430.3m
16:510.9m
09:573.4m
22:183.4m
Sun16
05:420.3m
17:530.9m
10:593.4m
23:273.4m
Mon17
06:480.3m
19:120.9m
11:593.5m
Tue18
07:480.3m
20:210.6m
00:293.6m
12:563.7m
Wed19
08:440.2m
21:190.4m
01:253.9m
13:523.9m


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Things to see and do near Richmond Bridge

If you're planning a visit to Richmond Bridge, you'll find that there are plenty of things to see and do in the surrounding area. Here are just a few ideas to help you make the most of your trip.

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  • Exploring the Bridge – Richmond Bridge is the oldest bridge over the Thames in London, and its neoclassical architecture is an impressive sight. Take a stroll across the bridge to admire the views of the river and the surrounding area.
  • Kew Gardens – Located just a short distance from Richmond Bridge, Kew Gardens is the perfect place to spend the day exploring. With over 30,000 species of plants and trees, it’s a great way to learn about nature and appreciate the beauty of the area.
  • Richmond Park – Richmond Park is one of the largest Royal Parks in London and is the perfect spot for a peaceful day out. It is home to a variety of wildlife and the beautiful Isabella Plantation is a must-see.
  • Theatre – Richmond Theatre is one of the oldest theatres in London, and is a great place to catch a show. From musicals to plays, there’s something for everyone.
  • Boat Trip – Take a boat trip down the Thames and enjoy the views of Richmond Bridge and the surrounding area. There are various companies that offer boat trips, with some even offering a stop at the bridge itself.
  • Shopping – Just a short stroll from Richmond Bridge is the Richmond Shopping Centre, with its variety of shops, cafes and restaurants. It’s a great spot for picking up some souvenirs or treating yourself to a bite to eat.
  • Riverside Pubs – The riverside pubs in Richmond are some of the best in London, with a number of them offering spectacular views of the river. Grab a pint and watch the boats go by as you admire the bridge.
  • Richmond Hill – For a stunning view of the bridge and the surrounding area, take a walk up Richmond Hill. On a clear day, you can see for miles and it is a great spot for taking photographs.
  • Ham House – A short distance from Richmond Bridge lies Ham House, a 17th-century house with beautiful gardens. It is a great place to explore and is sure to transport you back in time.
  • Pembroke Lodge – For a beautiful view of Richmond Bridge and the surrounding area, visit Pembroke Lodge. With its large, open gardens, it is the perfect spot for a picnic or a walk.
  • Royal Botanic Gardens – Located just a short distance from Richmond Bridge is the Royal Botanic Gardens. It is home to a wide range of plants and is a great place to learn about nature.
  • Markets – The markets in Richmond are great for picking up some unique souvenirs or trying some local delicacies. There is something for everyone, and it’s a great way to get to know the area.
  • Eel Pie Island – Take a stroll over the bridge and onto Eel Pie Island, a small island in the middle of the Thames. It is home to a variety of wildlife and is a great spot for a peaceful day out.
  • Golf – Take a swing at one of the many golf courses in the area. Whether you’re an experienced golfer or a beginner, the courses around Richmond Bridge are sure to provide you with a challenge.
  • Cycling – Richmond Bridge is the perfect spot for a cycling trip. Take a ride along the river and enjoy the views of the bridge and the surrounding area.

There are many things to see and do near Richmond Bridge. Whether you're interested in history, nature, or outdoor activities, you'll find plenty of ways to enjoy your time in the area!