Dogs on a short lead and their well-behaved owners are welcome all year round in the garden. Find out all you need to know about visiting with your dog here.
Featuring iconic views, the circular route leads you from the urban bustle of Richmond town centre along the rural riverside walk of the Thames Path.
Whatever the weather there are many different ways to explore Ham House and the surrounding areas. Discover more about the garden with on of our self led audio tours or join a group with one of our knowledgeable volunteers.
Our wonderful Twelve Dogs of Christmas event is back from the 26 December – 6 January.
Explore the wildlife, plantlife, history and unique beauty surrounding Ham House and Garden, by joining this new sociable walking group.
Enjoy a gentle winter walk from Kingston Station to Ham House and Garden with our trail. Enjoy a 4.5 mile stroll along the river, learning some historical facts along the way.
Leave the car at home and instead enjoy the walk from the station to Ham House taking in some of the most beautiful urban greens in England along the way.
A 3-mile circular walk taking in the historic views from Ham House, into Richmond Park and at the top of Richmond Hill.
Dogs and their well-behaved owners will be welcomed all year round at Ham House and Garden this autumn thanks to overwhelmingly positive feedback from visitors, staff and volunteers.
Immerse yourself in the 17th century inside the house or get active outside; cycling, walking or spotting wildlife, all on the outskirts of London.