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Explore the great outdoors in London

Stretching across the River Thames in west London, Kew Bridge is situated Near some of London's most beautiful countryside spots.

The Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew is famous for its beautiful glasshouses and treetop walkway, where you can admire the tranquility of this natural haven 59 feet above the ground. Close by, Richmond Park is the largest Royal Park in London, with 2,500 acres of lush parkland to explore.

Delve into history at Syon House

Kew Bridge is close to stunning Syon House, a grand 16th-century manor home to the Duke of Northumberland. Explore the rooms and grounds of this lavish property, including a bedroom used by Queen Victoria.

Nearby, a 20-minute walk from Kew Bridge, the National Archives holds millions of historical government and public records, from Shakespeare's will to the latest tweets from Downing Street. Explore centuries of history in the museum, or take a workshop to learn more about this fascinating building.

Explore sporting history at Twickenham Stadium

A short drive from Kew Bridge, Twickenham Stadium is the home of English rugby and the largest rugby union venue in the world. Experience a match for yourself, or take a tour of the stadium to see the royal box, the players' tunnel and the Rugby Museum.

Looking for accommodation in Kew Bridge? Enjoy a central location at Travelodge Kew Bridge Hotel, just over the river from the famous gardens, or head further afield to Travelodge London Richmond Central Hotel for its proximity to Twickenham.