A complete guide for sights and attractions near Twickenham Stadium

Twickenham Stadium

Planning a trip to London? The most ideal way to kick start your trip is by booking the most perfect accommodation. To make your trip fun and convenient, book your stay at the luxurious Best Western Plus Park Grand London Heathrow Hotel. Ideally located, this hotel is only a short distance away from the Heathrow Airport and only a short walk away from the nearest tube station that connects you to central London. From here you can easily access all the attractions in central London, avoid all the traffic and tube changing chaos with your luggage while coming in and flying out of London. Plus, you can explore great sights in the area around the hotel.


Located in Hounslow, the hotel offers all modern, high-end facilities and amenities for all guests. Featuring stylish rooms and suites, the hotel also has a great restaurant and bar inside the hotel serving delectable dishes and beverages. Plus, it offers spacious and well-equipped spaces where you can host a business meeting or a private and social event. If you are driving, the hotel offers parking facilities too. The hotel staff here is passionately dedicated in making your stay as comfortable as it can get.

The hotel is only moments away from the famous Twickenham Stadium- an iconic London attraction you can’t miss and is a haven for all rugby fans. Take a tour of this stadium and discover how it turned into the most popular rugby stadium from a cabbage patch. You can access the dressing rooms here and experience the grandeur of the stadium. While you are here, you can also explore the Twickenham Museum and the Twickenham Stoop. You can spend a full day in this area and explore the amazing attractions near Twickenham Stadium.

Here’s a compilation of attractions and experiences you can indulge in near the Twickenham Stadium.


Strawberry Hill House

Experience one of the royal sights of London at the Strawberry Hill House. Located close to Heathrow airport and The Park Grand Heathrow hotel, this house is a seasonal attraction. The house is beautifully decorated with a unique collection of renaissance glass and gothic aesthetics. Created by Horace Walpole in the 18th century, the house is Britain’s finest example of Georgian Gothic revival architecture. The house overlooks a beautifully maintained garden, where you can enjoy a relaxing stroll and have some food at the café.

York House Gardens

Another stunning mansion built in a lush Park, this place has gorgeous gardens for you and your family to enjoy.

Marble Hill House

An English heritage sight, the Marble Hill is a beautiful Palladian Villa. Stunningly spread over 66 acres of outstanding riverside parkland in West London, it is a truly breath-taking attraction. Built for Henrietta Howard, mistress of King George II, it was intended as an Arcadian retreat from the crowded 18th century London. Recalling the fashionable Georgian life, the house has been impressivley restored and recreated for the modern visitors. Here you can marvel at the unique ambience of the villa, the hand-painted Chinese wallpaper in the dining parlour and the classic portrait of Henrietta.

Pottery café

Have fun painting pottery with your friends and family at the Pottery café. This unique experience will give you many memories to take back with you. You can indulge in the small events they organise here. A great place to keep your kids happily engaged.

Syon Park, House and Garden

Beautifully maintained park, gardens and villa, this place is like a paradise. Basking with fountains, ponds, walking paths and some great picnic spots this sight is a must-visit.

Osterley Park and House

Another masterpiece of the royal British architecture, the Osterley mansion is built inside the Osterley Park. It’s a very relaxing place for you to bond with your family and friends; enjoy long walks by the mansion and in its lush park along with enjoying the great food served at its restaurant.