Richmond Riverside, Richmond, LondonHighlights:   Among the highlights of this moderate walking tour you will see Richmond Green where knights in armour once jousted, the remains of a royal palace, and attractive urban riverside with the oldest bridge spanning the Thames in London.

See the amazing views from Richmond Hill and King Henry’s mound in Richmond Park, and the possibility of roaming wild deer.

We return on a circuit to Richmond by the old village of Petersham, along green lanes and unspoilt water meadows where cattle contentedly graze, heading back along the towpath. You can extend your walk by visiting The Museum of Richmond or historic Ham House.

Dates: Saturday 3 June, Sat 8 July, Sat 5 August, Sat 2 September, Sat 7 October 2017.

Time: Depart Richmond station 11.00 returning around 13.00.

Duration & Distance:  4 miles (6.4 kilometres). Approximately 2 hours.

Cost: Adult £10, senior/student ID £9, Under 16 £8. Pre-booking required.

Booking:  Please book online or reserve your place in advance, email or phone 0203 397 2797.  (If no one is available to take your call, please leave a message with your number and we will call you back to confirm).

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Deer in Richmond ParkCheck-in:   check-in 10.55 by the visitor information stand at Richmond Station TW9 2NA for 11.00 departure.

There are frequent trains to Richmond from London Waterloo (only 20 minutes by fast train), London Overground and London Underground District Line.  Various bus routes. Paid parking is available next to the station.

Terrain:  Paved paths and gravel tracks, some well-trodden paths that may be muddy.  Hilly in places.  Recommend suitable shoes for walking.

What to bring:  You may wish to bring a light rucksack to carry drinking water and clothing according to the time of year and weather forecast.

Additional information:  the route may vary at times of exceptionally high tides when localised flooding occurs.