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How do I get to Twickenham Stadium?

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Sam Hurst
Sam Hurst

Despite not being in London’s city center there are still many different ways to get to Twickenham Stadium. However, as the area of Twickenham itself is fairly quiet and residential, the stations that serve the area are not the biggest. As such the station platforms have been known to get rather crowded. Try going earlier to ensure a smooth, stress free trip.

The nearest train station is Twickenham Station a 20 minute journey from Waterloo, which is only a 10 minute walk from the stadium itself. Just turn right upon exciting the station and follow the road down. a return ticket will cost you £11.10 There is also access via the London Underground. Take the district line to Richmond station, it is in London’s Zone 4, which means an adult single ticket will cost £5.90. You can buy a day pass for £12.10 however. Whilst a 25 minute walk to the stadium, there is a free shuttle bus that picks directly up at Richmond and takes you straight there.

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Jake Burgess
Jake Burgess

Getting the train to Twickenham railway station is probably your best bet. They run from Clapham Junction, Waterloo and Reading, so you’re probably covered wherever you are. If you’re more of an underground person, you can take the tube to Richmond (District Line) or Hounslow East (Piccadilly Line) which are both a short walk from the station.

There are also lots of buses (of course the service number depends where you’re coming from) and if you’re driving, you can book spaces online to guarantee them.

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