The Thames Path is ¾ mile from the station.
England's great landscape painter JMW Turner fulfilled his little-known architectural ambition in 1813
when he designed this small villa, Sandycombe Lodge. He and his 'old dad' used it as a rural retreat from the
London art world. The house is lightly furnished with objects from the early 19th century.
Visits must be booked in advance, see the website for details. Guided tours in afternoons, self-guided in mornings.
Tel. 020 8892 5485.
Open WThFSSu 1000-1600 by booked tour, see website.
An 18th century Palladian villa set in its own landscaped park by the Thames.
It was built for Henrietta Howard, mistress of King George II when he was Prince of Wales, as an Arcadian
retreat from crowded Georgian London. The grand interiors have been restored and include a fine collection of
early Georgian paintings. Tel. 020 8892 5115. Park open daily free of charge.
Open Closed for conservation work until April 2019.
An art gallery in the remains of Orleans House, including the unusual Octagon room.
Stables Gallery and Café. Exhibitions programme. Tel. 020 8831 6000. Admission free.
Open TWThFSSu & BH 1000-1700.
Orleans House Gallery is also ¾ mile from Twickenham station.
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with enlarged central area.
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