Twickenham is a town that’s located in southwest London along the River Thames. This town offers plenty of beautiful scenery. It has a large town centre. Twickenham is famous as the home of rugby union. Each year hundreds of thousands of spectators visiting Twickenham Stadium which is the world’s largest rugby stadium. There is a network of 18th-century buildings and pleasure grounds on the historic Riverside area.
Postcode District TW1, TW2
Twickenham has a railway station. Although Fulwell, St Margarets, Strawberry Hill stations are also within the Twickenham post town. In Twickenham, London buses are serving.
While you are in Twickenham, make sure you visit these attractions.
The York House Gardens: York House Gardens is one of the most popular places to visit in Twickenham. Garden has the offices for the London Borough of Richmond, a Japanese Garden, wooded area and giant statues, also known as the Naked Ladies.
Strawberry Hill House: Considered one of the very best attractions in all of Twickenham. The Strawberry Hill House is also commonly referred to as Strawberry Hill.
Orleans House Gallery: Yet another favourite tourist spot in Twickenham is the Orleans House Gallery. It features a great little café, fun sports memorabilia, an art gallery, and loads of history in its architecture alone.
Other worth seeing places include Marble Hill House, Eel Pie Island, Richmond Theatre, Ham House, Richmond Park, etc.