Twickenham is a district of West London.
St. Mary`s Church dates from 1713, and is by John James. In the churchyard is the grave of Alexander Pope.
All Hallows Church was built in 1940, and incorporates a Wren tower moved from the City.
Marble Hill House is a grand 1720s villa with gardens running down to the River Thames.
Orleans House, also built in the 1720s, has a handsome Octagon, designed by James Gibbs, and is now an Art Gallery.
Strawberry Hill, Horace Walpole`s Gothick villa, was completed in 1776 and now functions as a training college.
Kneller Hall, once the home of Sir Godfrey Kneller, houses the Royal Military School of Music.
York House is largely 17th century.
Twickenham football ground (affectionately known as "Twickers") is the headquarters of Rugby Union. Harlequins also have their ground at Twickenham.
Blue Badge Guide Colin Crosby is available to lead Guided Walks around Twickenham for groups.