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Travel

Bingham Riverhouse is easily accessible by road, rail and bus and is also in walking distance of the centre of Richmond. Parking is also available on site. See below for more details and maps.

How to get there...

By road

From M25: leave at Junction 12 onto the M3, leading onto the (A316). Leave the (A316) at either the St Margaret’s Roundabout or Richmond Circus Roundabout. From St Margaret’s Roundabout (A316) – Follow St Margaret’s Road (A3004), past St Margaret’s Railway Station and continue to follow the road (A305) over Richmond Bridge. At miniroundabout turn right onto the (A307) (signposted Kingston, Ham, Petersham). Follow Petersham Road (A307) for 300m before arrival. ​From Kew Road & Richmond Station (A307) – At Richmond Circus roundabout follow the signs for the (A307) (signposted Richmond). Continue past Richmond Station, turning left at traffic lights onto the one way system. Immediately move into the right-hand lane, turning right onto Eton Street and then again turning right onto Paradise Road. At T-junction turn left onto the (A307) (signposted Petersham, Kingston, Twickenham). At mini-roundabout continue onto the (A307) to Petersham Road for 300m before arrival. From Kingston & Ham – Follow the (A307) (signposted Richmond, Ham, Petersham). Continue past Ham Common and the Dysart Arms pub before turning left on the (A307) (signposted Richmond Town & Twickenham). Follow Petersham Road for 900m before arrival.

By rail

London Waterloo station can be reached directly in 20 minutes allowing good connections to the city and West End. The service also runs to Reading. Richmond upon Thames is served by the District Line

By bus

The bus stop is immediately in front of Richmond Train Station. Number 65 heads towards Kingston, but get off at the 3rd stop (Compass Hill) in front of Richmond Brewery Stores. Cross the road and continue to walk in the same direction as the bus for 20m before arrival.

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