Teddington is a part of London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. Teddington is on the north bank of the Thames and surrounded by Hampton Wick, Richmond, and Strawberry Hill. Most of the residential areas stretch out from Thames River to bushy park. Teddington has a long stretch of high street with designer and vintage clothing stores, kitchen shop and many other known retailers and local stores.
National railway station serves for south-west passengers. You can get regular trains to and from London Waterloo station, and the journey takes nearly 30 minutes.
Buse no-R68, 281, 285, 33, 481 and X26 take a tour to Teddington. Before travelling Purchase Oyster card or one-day travel card.
Even though Teddington has its high street but if you are looking for verities, you should head to Kingston town centre, for the shopping experience. Kingston has every small to large retailers like John Lewis department store. If you are looking for a fresh vegetable and fruits, you should visit Springer Market square in Kingston.
Bushy Park: If you want to stretch your legs or do a run or bike ride, head on to Bushy Park, which is also a second largest deer park of London.
Teddington Lock: Teddington Lock Footbridge is complex of three locks an infrastructure, in essence, leads to Teddington village.
Landmark art center is a distinctive venue for a vibrant range of activities as exhibitions, trade fairs, arts, concerts.