The historic home of the Bishops of London. A Museum room explains the Palace's eventful history
and you can visit the Great Hall, Victorian Chapel and some other rooms.
The Garden contains many rare trees plus a walled garden and orchard (check website for opening times).
Drawing Room Café. Events programme. Admission free.
Open Daily 1030-1700, House WThFSSu only.
Dorich House is the former studio home of the sculptor Dora Gordine and her husband.
It was built in 1936 to her design incorporating plaster and modelling studios and a gallery as well as domestic rooms.
Exhibits include Gordine's sculptures and paintings, plus Russian art and artefacts aquired by her and her husband.
There are views from the roof terrace overlooking Richmond Park. Optional guided tours (see website). Café.
Open ThFS 1100-1700.
Bus 85 from Putney Bridge and Putney stations to 'Woodview Close' stop, 20-25 minutes journey. Daily, about every 10 minutes. Timetables available from www.londonbusroutes.net. Bus 85 also operates from Kingston.
The Isabella Plantation is a 40 acre woodland garden within Richmond Park. Azaleas lining the ponds and streams
provide colourful displays at their best in late April and early May. There are also rhododendrons, camellias and rare trees and shrubs.
Open at all times during daylight.
Bus 85 from Putney Bridge and Putney stations to 'Warren Road Coombe' stop shortly after Kingston University, about 25 minutes journey. Then ½ mile walk through Richmond Park. Daily, about every 10 minutes. Timetables available from www.londonbusroutes.net. Bus 85 also operates from Kingston.
For other areas of Richmond Park see Richmond.