Ham House and Garden (London) Reviews
Description:Address: Ham Street / Ham / Richmond-upon-Thames TW10 7RS / England / The Ham House was built in 1610 for Sir Thomas ... more
Newest Review: ... friendly manner and answered a few questions that we had without making us feel like we were imposing. I also witnessed them interacting with a family with children and they were so good with the children, asking them if they wanted to enter a competition and explaining what they would get in return. I bought two guides, a Ghost Guide for 80p and the short guide to the house for £1. There ... more
Customer Ham House and Garden (London) Reviews (1)
by - written on 21/04/09 (Very useful, 371 readings)
Last year I returned home from Prague having spent a week cramming as much sightseeing into the time I had as possible and feeling quite satisfied that I had seen a lot of the city and made the best of my time there. I resumed my daily life of going to work then going to the same pubs, restaurants and cinema's with my friends. And then I realised that I had probably seen more of Prague than I have of London, where I currently live. That's not quite true, I have done some sightseeing in the past, most of it before I moved here but the fact remained that I rarely take advantage of all of the wonderful places that we have right here in the United Kingdom. My ... Read the complete review
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