How to get here
Richmond 1½ miles by footpath, 2 miles by road
on south bank of the Thames, west of A307, between Richmond and Kingston; Ham gate exit of Richmond Park, readily accessible from M3, M4 and M25
Parking: free, 400 yards (not National Trust)
Sat-Nav: directs to stables on Ham Street, carry straight on to car park
Thames Path passes main entrance. 1½ miles from Richmond, 3 miles from Kingston
seasonal foot/bike ferry across River Thames from Twickenham towpath (by Marble Hill House - English Heritage) to Ham House and Garden
TfL371 Richmond to Kingston, alight Ham Street by Royal Oak pub, then ½-mile walk (follow signposts). 65 Ealing Broadway to Kingston, alight Sandpits Road stop on Petersham Road by Ham Polo Ground, ¾-mile walk along historic avenues (both pass Richmond train station and Kingston train station) - 020 7222 1234
District Line Richmond 1½ miles by footpath, 2 miles by road
NCN4. Ferry access from Twickenham
Ham House and Garden
Grid Ref: 176:TQ172732
Walk from Richmond Station
This circular walking trail starts at Richmond Station and stops off at Ham House and Garden en route. It leads you from the urban bustle of Richmond to the rural riverside of Ham.
Kingston circular walk
The circular route begins at Kingston Station. It leads you along the rural Thames Path, stopping off at Ham House and Garden and through the verdant Richmond Park. This route featured as walk of the week on the Telegraph online.
Cycle from Richmond
Discover Richmond and Ham on this circular route along the River Thames, through Richmond Park and the historic avenues of Ham. Bring your own bike or hire one at Richmond Station, where the cycle route begins.