Getting to London's Arcadia
London’s Arcadia completely contrasts the urban megalopolis of London yet it is easily accessible by the tube, bus, rail, cycling, walking and car. The easiest way to get here is by underground or train to Richmond Station or by train to Twickenham, or St. Margaret’s Stations. Please call National Rail Enquiries for information on trains at 08457 48 49 50 or London Underground at 020 7222 1234. And there thousands of buses that pass by everyday. The following bus routes pass through or within a short walking distance of London’s Arcadia: H22, H37, K5, R62, R68, R70, 33, 65, 110, 190, 267, 281, 285, 290, 337, 371, 391, 419, 485, 490, and the 493. Please call the London Transport 24-hour information on bus service for more information on 020 7222-1234. Or check on the Visit the Thames Web Page for more information on getting here:
You can also take a boat trip on the Thames from London, Kew, Richmond, Teddington, or Hampton Court. To find out more check the following link:
London’s Arcadia project provides a unique opportunity for the events of the past 500 years to come full circle. It is a true renaissance of London’s Arcadia to honour the vision of those who saved the view century ago and it provides a framework to enhance and understand the Thames Landscape for the next 100 years. The view has become the spiritual heart of London’s Arcadia project.