Love Your Local Landscape Walk

Join our House and Collections Manager and Head Gardener as part of a new walking group.

  • Booking not needed
  • Free event

Spend an hour walking with our House Manager and Head Gardener exploring the local area on the first Sunday of each month.

We will be talking about Ham, Petersham and Kingston and the life of the River, looking at the trees, flowers and wildlife we encouter along the way.

For those that would like to join us for coffee and cake in the café, entrance conditions will apply.

Dogs are more than welcome and please dress for any weather and almost any type of path.

The basics

Suitable for older children
Dogs on leads are welcome.
Meeting point
Meet at the main visitor entrance to Ham House and Garden.
What to bring and wear
Please dress appropriately for the weather and choose footwear suitable to any type of path.
Not suitable for people with accessibility needs due to rough terrain and unfinished paths.


Event opening times and availability
Day Times Availability
2 February 2020 10:00 - 11:00 Available
1 March 2020 10:00 - 11:00 Available
5 April 2020 10:00 - 11:00 Available

Upcoming events

Winter children’s trail

Fri 24 Jan 2020
Follow Ham’s own four legged friend to spot everything Charlie the dog has found in this winter children’s trail. Available from visitor reception for £1, keep the little ones entertained as they get out and about in the Christmas holiday.

Love Your Local Landscape Walk

Sun 02 Feb 2020
Join our House and Collections Manager and Head Gardener as part of a new walking group.

February half term: Poetree

Sat 15 Feb 2020
We invite you and your family to sit beneath the ‘Poetree’, find your inspiration, and add your creation to its branches.

Beyond the Walls - Walks in Richmond

Sun 26 Apr 2020
Join us for a tour around the boundary of Ham House and Garden and discover the history of the Ham estate.

Riverside and Scenic walk to Ham House - Walks in Richmond

Sat 30 May 2020
Join us on a 2 hour walk from Richmond station through the remains of the old palace and along the riverside to Ham House and Garden.