Twickenham Area Guide
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Renowned for being 'the home of English rugby’, Twickenham stadium has really put the area on the map as a place to live. But Twickenham is more than just rugby. Good transport connections, wide open spaces, proximity to the River Thames, a well-stocked high street and excellent local schools have all contributed to making Twickenham such an attractive place to live.
Good transport connections are one of the major draws to Twickenham, via train, bus and car.
Twickenham and St Margarets station provide regular fast national rail services to London Waterloo. A quick 5 minute train ride to Richmond Station provides access to London Overground and Underground services.
Plenty of buses serve the Twickenham area, including the 33 to Hammersmith, the R68 to Kew and the 281 to Kingston.
Close to the A316 leads into and out of London. The A3, M3 and M4 are also all nearby to access the rest of the country.
Twickenham is full of things to do, from attending concerts and rugby games at Twickenham Stadium, to walks along the Riverside into Richmond, or wandering down the picturesque Church Street and visiting one of the many boutiques and gift shops.
- Eel Pie Island
- Pools on the Park
- Richmond Park (2360 acres)
- Richmond Theatre
- Teddington Pools
- The World Rugby Museum
- Twickenham Museum
- Twickenham Stadium
Schools in Twickenham are highly coveted. Many families move to the area in order to secure places for their children at the local state primary school, having been priced out of Richmond and parts of Teddington.
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