The River Thames lies at the heart of London and touches the lives of most people in the Capital – whether as a focus of economic activity; a place where people live, work or spend their leisure time; a transport artery; a natural environment and habitat for wildlife; a leisure and recreation resource; or simply as a source of inspiration and pride.
Introduction, Thames Strategy – Kew to Chelsea
Making the most of the attractions along the Thames can be a daunting task. In our visitor guide we outline some different things to do along the River from Kew to Chelsea. We’ll be adding to the guide regularly including Arcadia to Metropolis, outlining the changing character of the Thames as it moves through the region.