- 1 How long is the boat ride from Westminster to Kew?
- 2 Can you get to Kew Gardens by tube?
- 3 Can you get to Richmond by boat?
- 4 Can you get a boat to Hampton Court?
- 5 How long is the cruise from Westminster to Tower Pier?
- 6 Where does the Thames Clipper stop?
- 7 How long do I need at Kew Gardens?
- 8 Is it worth visiting Kew Gardens?
- 9 What is the best time to visit Kew Gardens?
- 10 Can boats go under Hammersmith Bridge?
- 11 Are dogs allowed on Thames River Boats?
- 12 Can I use my Oyster card to get to Hampton Court?
- 13 Are the gardens free at Hampton Court?
- 14 How do I get from London to Hampton Court?
How long is the boat ride from Westminster to Kew?
The cruise takes approximately 1-hour, 30-minutes & passes through the City of Westminster & a number of London boroughs including Chelsea, Wandsworth & Putney before arriving in the upper reaches.
Can you get to Kew Gardens by tube?
By tube. Kew Gardens station is 500m from Victoria Gate. It is in Zone 3 and is served by the District Line (Richmond branch) and London Overground. It is possible to continue one stop to Richmond and catch a tube back to use the eastbound platform which does have level access.
Can you get to Richmond by boat?
Our Richmond Circular Cruise is a 45-minute round trip departing Richmond Landing Stage. The boat then turns & cruises back downriver to Richmond. This cruise has a live commentary, fully licensed bar & toilet facilities.
Can you get a boat to Hampton Court?
We offer a direct service between Richmond Landing Stage & Hampton Court Landing Stage. The cruise takes just over an hour & passes through Teddington Lock, historic Kingston upon Thames & Thames Ditton before arriving at Hampton Court. *River cruise tickets do not include entry to Hampton Court Palace or gardens.
How long is the cruise from Westminster to Tower Pier?
You get a voucher that allows one cruise between Westminster Pier or the London Eye to Tower Pier in front of the Tower of London. The whole cruise on this sector non-stop takes about 30-40 minutes.
Where does the Thames Clipper stop?
Uber Boat by Thames Clippers stops at 23 piers along the Thames between Woolwich (Royal Arsenal) Pier in the East and Putney Pier in the West. Services run from early in the morning until late at night 7 days a week. Like the tube, the river is divided into zones: West, Central and East.
How long do I need at Kew Gardens?
It is suggested that most people take around three hours to explore the whole of the length of the Gardens. (It is about one mile across and takes about 40 minutes to walk across.) We usually stay the whole day and still never see everything. If you have time, spend the whole day at Kew.
Is it worth visiting Kew Gardens?
These are lovely gardens to spend a few hours. There is a lovely cafe / restaurant in the Orangery & take time to visit Kew Palace, run by a different group but part of the gardens history & very interesting.
What is the best time to visit Kew Gardens?
The gardens are best to visit during late August and beginning of September. My favourite season is Autumn because I am a huge fan of the red and yellow foliage. This is the best time to visit the Arboretum. No matter when you decide to visit, Kew has always something going on, prepared for each season.
Can boats go under Hammersmith Bridge?
The bridge has been closed indefinitely to motorists since April 2019 when “critical faults” in the cast-iron casing were found. From Saturday, boats will also be allowed to pass under the bridge again.
Are dogs allowed on Thames River Boats?
Thames River Boats are dog-friendly and allow dogs of any size as long as they are kept on a lead.
Can I use my Oyster card to get to Hampton Court?
National Rail trains Hampton Court station is in zone 6. Oyster cards are accepted on this route.
Are the gardens free at Hampton Court?
“As a charity we must use our resources responsibly to ensure that the palace and its gardens can be enjoyed for many years to come,” he said. “However, the vast majority of the Hampton Court Palace estate, which is supported entirely from our charitable funds, remains free for local residents to enjoy.”
How do I get from London to Hampton Court?
- 35 minutes from London Waterloo – calling at Vauxhall, Clapham Junction, Earlsfield, Wimbledon, Raynes Park, New Malden, Berrylands, Surbiton and Thames Ditton before arriving at Hampton Court.
- You could also get a train to Kingston and then a bus (111, 216 or 411) from there to Hampton Court Gardens.