Getting Here

Richmond town centre is easily accessible via excellent public transport and road links.

Richmond station is served by National Rail, the London Overground and the District Line which provide fast, reliable links to many parts of London and the home counties – Central London can be reached in under 20 minutes.

There are numerous bus routes connecting Richmond to most parts of West and South West London. In the summer, river boat services are available to Central London and Hampton Court.

For drivers, Richmond town centre is within easy reach of the M25 and both the North and South Circular roads.

Richmond lies 1 mile to the south west of the current Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ). The ULEZ operates 24 hours a day, midnight to midnight, every day of the year except Christmas Day (25th December). You can find more information here

Parking & EV Charging

There are several safe and accessible car parks within easy reach of the town centre, including the NCP Richmond Station and various car parks operated by Richmond Council.

You can find nearby electric vehicle charging points via Zap-Map.

About Richmond

Richmond is an affluent residential district bordering the River Thames. Tranquil Kew Gardens attracts botanical enthusiasts and families with its huge Arboretum, 17th-century Kew Palace, and panoramic views from its Treetop Walkway. Herds of deer roam Richmond Park, a popular picnic spot. The Quadrant main street and nearby roads have eclectic shops, casual and upscale dining, and performances at Richmond Theatre.