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#1 of 4 things to do in Thames Ditton
Friendly volunteers and great tea room.
A great place to visit with small children

The Musical Museum

Brentford, UK 7.2 mi away
#1 of 18 things to do in Brentford
A fascinating collection of quirky and wonderful Victorian musical instruments, and a fully operational Wurlitzer organ, which if you're lucky, you can experience a full demonstration.
We visited the museum for a birthday party ( great venue for that BTW ) and were also wowed by the unique range of musical devices on display, enthusiastically demonstrated by excellent volunteer guide Roy.

Hen Corner

Brentford, UK 6.9 mi away
#2 of 18 things to do in Brentford
And while everything baked, we gorged ourselves on delicious homemade pizza that Sara had rustled up.
A day making Piccalilli, Apple and Chilli Jelly, Courgette and Cumin Chutney and a Kale and Cashew Pesto.

Museum of Brands

London, UK 10.5 mi away
#71 of 2,312 things to do in London
Exhibitions, talks, memory sessions, guest speakers, activities, yoga, children's activities with school holiday programme, interesting gift shop and great staff make this a place you MUST visit.
A real treat for those of us of a certain age, lots of opportunities to reminisce about treats from the past in the form of the chocs, sweets on display plus the vast assortment of household goods which take you b...
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Isabella Plantation

Richmond-upon-Thames, UK 4.0 mi away
#2 of 34 things to do in Richmond-upon-Thames
This is a magical haven of beauty and a magnificent collage of rich vibrant colour and scents in the spring time - a rare and very special place to visit in Azalea and Rhododendron time
Set in the middle of Richmond Park is a virtual oasis of calm and beauty - Isabella Plantation! Hidden in the rolling wooded hills and huge swathes of grassland of the park proper is an intensely green area with a...

Chelsea Physic Garden

London, UK 10.0 mi away
#55 of 2,312 things to do in London
I would highly recommend combing your visit with a meal at the Tangerine Dream cafe which is an unassuming gem and the mains and puddings are both fantastic.
Extremely knowledgable and friendly staff guide you through the fascinating history of plant collection and their different uses, pharmaceutical and medicinal.
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Sipsmith Distillery

London, UK 8.0 mi away
#46 of 2,312 things to do in London
Fantastic for both history lovers, or gin lovers, the tour was very informative and entertaining.
Excellent tasting of different Sipsmith Gin with very a very informative and interesting history of gin made in London.
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Strawberry Hill House & Garden

Twickenham, UK 3.5 mi away
#2 of 27 things to do in Twickenham
Walpole amassed an amazing collection, the 1st century AD eagle bust, James 1st gauntlets, Mary Tudor's hair in a locket' beautiful vases and porcelain, countless portraits by renowned artists such as Kneller (inc...
The house is spectacular, with gold and ornate flocked wallpaper, fireplaces based on tombs and church decorations, stained glass and bay windows with pocket shutters, and a library with ornate decorative fretwork...

Roberson Wine

London, UK 9.0 mi away
#93 of 2,312 things to do in London
In terms of food, we had breakfast, lunch and wine tasting provided, which was all delicious and well organised, and various dietary requirements were catered to fantastically.
And loved making my very own blended wine - great fun! Thanks for a great experience.

Holland Park

London, UK 9.7 mi away
#67 of 2,312 things to do in London
... variety of koi carp, zip-wire for daredevils, a giant seasaw and climbing equipment, open-air theatre and opera, and an ecology centre that offers nature walks and talks as well as activity sessions for children.
You can find everything there; outdoor gym, opera in the summer, kids corner, tennis courts, Japanese garden, woods, large fields to play football, large chess board, rose garden, cricket area.... Also, nice crowd.
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Kyoto Garden

London, UK 9.8 mi away
#76 of 2,312 things to do in London
This Japanese Garden is part of Holland park and is well worth a visit, we went when it was a Bank holiday weekend, and it was a little busy, but we could still enjoy the pleasure of the well maintained garden, th...
This hidden gem, with its waterfall, pond and peacocks, provides a beautiful and tranquil oasis at the centre of Holland Park!

Leighton House Museum

London, UK 9.5 mi away
#182 of 2,312 things to do in London
For me it was his magic in oils and the realism in his paintings...the flowers you feel you could pick, the velvet and muslin you could touch, the drifting rose petals that seem to float toward you and the social...
... seeing in its own right, especially with the link from Tameda's imaginary works set in classical Rome and ancient Egypt which were the inspiration behind the sets of many films including Quo Vadis and Gladiator.
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Marianne North Gallery

Kew, UK 6.3 mi away
#1 of 6 things to do in Kew
The world-famous and much loved Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew (“Kew Gardens”) have a wonderful art collection and ‘The Marianne North Gallery’ is a one of the most interesting and inspiring galleries I have visited.
Highlight of our trip to Kew with some 800 paintings of plants, landscapes and insects from around the world clearly labelled and displayed by country along with samples of woods found also.

Air Forces Memorial

Englefield Green 10.6 mi away
#1 of 6 things to do in Englefield Green
But there is a road access that you can take, with disabled parking The memorial was designed and is managed by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission and follows their simple but moving lines The views from the c...
The etched glass windows and the design are remarkable and what adds greatly to the atmosphere is the constant planes flying right toward the monument out of Heathrow airport.

The Ginstitute

London, UK 10.4 mi away
#24 of 2,312 things to do in London
You start in the cave, their take on an old fashioned Gin Palace, where you are welcomed with a Tom Collins and a very concise and interesting history of gin, with a couple of G&T's added during the course of the...
You will have a sip of the whole groups gin and the various botanical choices of your classmates which is great fun and with 12 of us in the room we definitely felt the effects of the warming gins and the day chan...
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Richmond Park

Richmond-upon-Thames, UK 4.5 mi away
#1 of 34 things to do in Richmond-upon-Thames
The views , the deer, the ponds, the walks, the plants, the solitude, the other visitors and the very funny tourists, the amazing plants trees, ferns, flowers, a fabulous resource unlike any other park in the World!
What a huge change and with so much more going on, from the nature trails to the bird walks and who could miss the wonderful fountains and monuments displayed with a backdrop of brilliant seasonal colours of the a...

Sunbury Park Walled Garden

Sunbury 4.3 mi away
#1 of 6 things to do in Sunbury
I had previously visited many years ago, and it was more beautiful than ever, particularly as all the roses are in full bloom and the weather was perfect.
The gallery of embroidery and art works is also worth a visit (free entry from the cafe)
#224 of 2,312 things to do in London
Fabulous tour guide with a wealth of history & knowledge of the Sambourne family & house.
Great to combine with a trip to the Leighton House Museum, another small treasure in the same neighborhood.

Brompton Cemetery

London, UK 9.2 mi away
#249 of 2,312 things to do in London
I had a guided tour of the cemetery last week and saw the very atmospheric catacombs and it was quite emotional to actually be so near people who lived so long ago but there coffins are visible to us.
This one of the "magnificent seven" cemeteries created in the Victorian 19th century (opened in 1840) is operated by The Royal Parks and is admission free.
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Bimber Distillery

London, UK 10.0 mi away
#103 of 2,312 things to do in London
Everything about it was top top quality, especially the booze which was some of the finest I've ever tasted, and we learned loads about the whole process from our ultra knowledgeable guide.
This was a Christmas gift and what an amazing unique experience.

Painshill

Cobham 5.4 mi away
#2 of 18 things to do in Cobham
Visited here with Family Stunning Views The crystal grotto is amazing Various different walks to suit everyone Very tasty homemade food Good choice of gifts in shop Would definitely come back for a return visit
What a beautiful and tranquil place, immense views fantastic gardens and walks, excellent restored different array of buildings and grotto, take a picnic or eat there either way its a great place to visit, book a...

London Museum of Water & Steam

Brentford, UK 7.3 mi away
#3 of 18 things to do in Brentford
Small but perfectly formed, it’s got loads for young children to do, informative staff, a great range of activities and a lovely cafe.
Hidden gem; great fun for adults and four year olds alike
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Mayfield Lavender Farm

Banstead 8.1 mi away
#1 of 6 things to do in Banstead
Being a taxi driver I took my guests to Mayfield lavender farm Banstead Well worth the trip my guests absolutely love it Fields of lavender lovely cafe and shop to buy plenty of lavender Plenty of parking for disa...
We bought lavender oils and little gifts from the shop which had a variety of things from lavender cookies to oils and home sprays.

Croydon Airport Visitor Centre

Croydon, UK 9.6 mi away
#1 of 25 things to do in Croydon
... queues, strikes and drones!), the critical role that Croydon airport played during wartime (and Winston Churchill’s hair-raising flying lessons there), the skill and precision of ground staff communicating wit...
On Sunday our last day we were advised there was an open day at this museum and it's a very interesting place to visit, it most certainly was, we had an excellent guided tour with Graeme and all very interesting e...

Chiswick

London, UK 7.8 mi away
#273 of 2,312 things to do in London
Couple that human outreach with a nearby Tube station at Gunnersbury, a swimming pool at a Leisure Center just blocks away (ideal for us lap swimmers!), and Kew Gardens a hop and a skip across the Chiswick Bridge,...
For tourists there are interesting walking routes stretch along historic pubs and houses from the 18th century located around Strand-on-the-Green on the River Thames.

Brooklands Museum

Weybridge 6.1 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Weybridge
Today the museum, with its iconic clubhouse, houses a superb collection of historic cars, aircraft and memorabilia plus a real Concorde – beautifully restored and offering a 'Concorde experience', where you can si...
Oozing with character and history, the museum whisks you back to the past to revel in stunning cars, motorcycles, buses and historic aircraft - plus added attractions such as the Barnes Wallis bouncing bomb and th...

Turner's House

Twickenham, UK 4.7 mi away
#5 of 27 things to do in Twickenham
-Ham House (NT property) via the gorgeous Montpellier Row/Chapel Street and river ferry - as above and then on to /or instead of Ham House Petersham Meadows, the superb view, and a look round (even if you cant aff...
We were taken to the house by friends & had a guided tour that was both interesting & informative about how this house was bought back to life by a team,mostly volunteers,from a near wreck to the wonderfully resto...

Emery Walker Arts & Crafts house

London, UK 8.1 mi away
#391 of 2,312 things to do in London
This charming house is a real treasure trove of interesting items and an even more interesting insight into life at the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th Centuries.
We were delighted to see the wallpapers and fabrics designed by William Morris, photographs of Emery’s family members and a beautiful embroidered coverlet designed by May Morris (made for Walker’s wife).

Battersea Park

London, UK 9.3 mi away
#78 of 2,312 things to do in London
Fantastic park with lots to do and see, there is a great little zoo, wonderful boating lake with reasonable prices, stunning peace pagoda to meditate or just relax, beautiful flowers and walkways so much space to...
Lovely walk through Battersea Park: sculptures by Moore and Hepworth, sports and play areas including Go Ape, open spaces, plenty of benches, rose garden, herb garden, fountains, Pagoda, Zoo and cafés.
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WWT London Wetland Centre

London, UK 7.4 mi away
#167 of 2,312 things to do in London
Whether you're an avid birdwatcher or just enjoy the natural world, WWT Barnes is a tranquil haven right in the heart of London, and always provides an enjoyable outing at any time of the year...
It's a huge place, about 3,000 hectares (7,413 acres) of wetland you can walk around and enjoy fantastic views (bring your binoculars or rent them) along well-maintained paths.
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