Steam power comes alive at London's Kew Bridge Steam Museum. Built in the 19th century to supply Londoners with water, the museum is recognised as the most important historic site of the water industry in Britain.
Housed in a magnificent gothic church building, the Landmark hosts a wide-ranging cultural and education programme and a changing display of art and exhibitions. Home to several annual fairs showcasing individual artists and craftspeople.
Home to Normansfield Theatre, a Grade II* listed Victorian Theatre, conferencing and functions facilities, the Langdon Down Museum of Learning Disabilitym, Down’s Syndrome Association national office and Down Syndrome International.
Regular, themed and seasonal exhibitions showing a variety of art, both traditional and contemporary, including oils, watercolours, prints, drawings and sculpture. Specializing in views of Richmond and the surrounding areas.
The Fountain Gallery is run by a diverse group of professional artists. They exhibit a range of high quality paintings, prints, ceramics and jewellery. New exhibitions open every two weeks throughout the year
25 The Embankment, Twickenham, Middlesex, TW1 3 DU, Tel: 020 8408 0070, www.twickenham-museum.org.uk
Rugby Road, Twickenham, Middlesex, TW1 1DZ, Tel: 0208 892 8877, www.rfu.com
Why is there a dagger in England's dressing room? What is the connection between a bird of prey and Twickenham's stands? You will find the answers and many intriguing secrets when you take a tour behind the scenes at the rugby stadium.
Museum Building, The All England Lawn Tennis &, Croquet Club, Church Rd, Wimbledon, London, SW19 5AE, Tel: 020 8946 6131, www.wimbledon.com
The brand new Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum is now open to the public. Highlights of the museum include the Championship Trophies, a 200° cinema screen and a 'walk-through' of the men's dressing room as it was in the 1980s, with John McEnroe
The Dukes Head Inn, 42 The Vineyard, Richmond, TW10 6AN
64 The Green, Twickenham, TW2 5AG, Tel: 0208 241 2940
West London's newest showcase for some of Britain's finest designer/maker artists