Spring walks at Ham House and Garden

See the tracks and trails pop with fresh leaf and blossom at Ham House and Garden this spring. Choose a simple stroll along winding paths in the gardens or head out into the historic Thameside landscape, with its river paths and grand avenues. Take in ancient protected views as you soak up the peaceful atmosphere just steps away from the bustle of Richmond. Every step you take helps us keep these historic footpaths open for years to come.

Visitors take a walk through the Hornbeam Arch in the garden at Ham House and Garden, Richmond, London
Walking trail

Richmond Station to Ham House downloadable walk 

The historic riverside walk from Richmond to Ham House takes in ancient protected views, avenues of fresh green trees and some of the most beautiful urban greens in England. So why not leave your car behind and follow the trail from the station?

Kingston river, a lovely walk to Ham House
Walking trail

Kingston Station to Ham House  

Enjoy a gentle walk from Kingston Station to Ham House and Garden with this 4.5 mile trail along the river, learning some historical facts along the way.

Spring borders at Ham House

Spring in the garden at Ham House 

The first signs of spring are everywhere you look in the historic garden at Ham. Walk among English bluebells and primroses, see avenues of trees popping into bud and sunny-faced daffodils brightening floral spaces; as all around colourful new life bursts up to greet you.