What's on inRichmond


Welcome to Richmond

Enjoy a mix of heritage, history, lively arts whilst visiting Richmond - our guide to events and days out is just the ticket.

Whether you're looking to brush up on local history at a museum, enjoy local arts, watch some sport, or listen to live music, you're sure to find things to do in Richmond to suit all the family, whatever the weather.

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Forthcoming events in Richmond

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OCT
RICHMOND 30s to 50sPlus PARTY
The Old Deer Park

30s to 50sPlus Party Nights for Singles and Couples with top DJ playing your favourite club classics 70s to date. These parties are THE place for 30s to 50sPlus to drink dance socialise and meet new people. Monthly at The Old…

Category: Nightclubs

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Tourist Attractions


London Eye

Today, the British Airways London Eye has become, quite literally, the way the world sees London. It is one of the most spectacular and popular attractions in the world, drawing visitors from far and wide. The British Airways London Eye is a truly amazing feat of design…

Thorpe Park

ColossusRiders flung into a record breaking 10 loops of fear at 65 kph. 120 jockey wheels of NASA‐developed materials tenaciously grip 850 metres of proximity‐sensor monitored track. Supermagnets await braking commands from awesome processing software. 2 minutes feel like 2 hours.Nemesis Inferno77 kph comes up too soon. G's…

British Museum

A series of collections which trace the story of Britain from prehistory to the present day, including fine collections covering the prehistoric period, the Bronze and Iron Ages. Highlights include a section of the Sweet Track, the oldest of the prehistoric trackways in Britain, and the body…

ZSL London Zoo

ZSL London Zoo really is one of the greatest days out on offer in London. Spanning 36 acres of Regent's Park, the Zoo is home to over 650 species of animal. Featuring incredible immersive exhibits such as Animal Adventure and the Blackburn Tropical Bird Pavilion, visitors are…

Buckingham Palace

George III bought Buckingham House in 1761 for his wife Queen Charlotte to use as a comfortable family home close to St James's Palace, where many court functions were held. Buckingham House became known as the Queen's House, and 14 of George III's 15 children were born there.…

Houses of Parliament

The new Palace of Westminster was built in the years following the fire of 16 October 1834 which destroyed nearly all the Old Palace. Work began in 1840 and was substantially completed by 1860, although only in 1870 actually finished. It was formally opened in 1852.Westminster Hall, which…

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