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Nothing really to do here but it's a pleasant place to sit or have a picnic on a sunny day. Surrounded by nice houses and there are the remains of Richmond Palace dating from the 1500s. When it's dry in summer the grass goes brown!
This is a large open space in the middle of Richmond that is used by all members of the community, such as cricket matches and fetes. It is owned by the Crown Estate and was once the site of jousting. It provides a pleasant walk...More
Richmond green is a small park area in Richmond town centre. It is surrounded by some interesting shops, bars, good pubs and restaurants. There is an overground station and underground railway station in Richmond and good links by bus.
An ok green space to walk around or for a summer picnic; most of the houses and structures around the green are grade II-listed, while some houses (Maids of Honour Row) and buildings are grade I (The Wardrobe and Gate House, both surviving structures from...More
The green is itself is a mini park without much to do. The real attraction is the remains of the Tudor Richmond Palace nearby. The Gatehouse and some houses are still there, with the Old Deer Park which the Tudors used. It is all free...More
This is a large square green crossed by two paths and surrounded by tall trees and big houses (and an old palace used by Henry VIII). Most of the green is the central grass area which is used for picnics and just sitting on during...More
Richmond Green is right in the centre of Richmond 200 yards from the main high street.There are in fact two geens the big one and the smaller one.It has many older buildings facing the Green many of which are of architecural interest including Richmond Theatre....More
A large green consisting of mainly grass with row of trees around the outer edge with numerous park benches. Large interesting townhouses surround the Green including an intact Gate House of Henry VII’s Richmond Palace. In one corner of the Green is a disused drinking...More