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From Richmond you pass through Petersham Meadow, past Marble Hill House and Ham House, through quite rural settings to Teddington Lock, which is the point at which the Thames is no longer tidal.
Starting at the Thames Flood Barrier at Woolwich in South East London it runs along the banks of the Thames to Kemble in Gloucestershire.This walk follows the Thames east from Barnes Brige in Chiswick passing through Chiswick, Hammersmith, Fulham and Chelsea.Continuing east from Chelsea the walk takes in the sights of central London including the Tate, Houses of Parliament and London Eye, finishing at Embankment.The Thames becomes considerably more rural beyond Hampton Court, passing through the last of the London suburbs and out into the towns of Surrey, ending in Staines.The path passes several locks and weirs on this section of the path and even includes a ferry crossing.The path then heads "inland" past Battersea Power Station then on through Battersea Park.
The path continues from the park past modern apartments towards Wandsworth.
Soon you head under Tower Bridge, past City Hall and into the centre of London, with it's many grand buildings, to finish at the London Eye on the South Bank.
This walk takes in the Thames Path on the north banks of the Thames as it starts at Island Gardens, just accross the river from Greenwich.
The path passes the Wetlands Centre on the left passing under Hammersmith bridge into Barnes, then on to Kew, passing the famous Royal Botanical Gardens on the left, then the Old Deer Park into Richmond.
The interesting town of Richmond is the start point for this walk, where the Thames takes on a m ore rural feel.
As it follows the banks of the river, the path is flat, making for easy walking and with much of the river being a busy waterway, there is usually plenty of activity to watch.