The nearest main line stations to Marble Hill House are St Margaret's and Twickenham. Unless you're travelling from west London, you'll need to go via London Waterloo, from which there are regular trains to both stations. Marble Hill House is about a 12-minute walk from either station. Alternatively, you can catch the 490, H22, R68 or R70 buses from Richmond underground station to St Stephens Church Richmond Road, from where it is a short walk to the property.

Station details & facilities

Ticket Office opening hours:
DayOpening Hours
Weekdays06:20 - 19:00
Saturday 08:00 - 14:00
Sunday 09:10 - 16:00
Ticket MachineAvailable
Staff helpUnavailable
Staffing levelPart time
Oyster PrepayUnavailable
Oyster topupAvailable
Oyster validatorAvailable
Pre-purchase collectionAvailable
Travel card zoneZone 4
Left LuggageUnavailable
Lost PropertyAvailable
Telephone typesCoins and cards
Station BuffetUnavailable
Bureau de ChangeUnavailable
Tourist Information OfficeUnavailable
Baby changeUnavailable
WiFi notes
Web kioskUnavailable
Customer Service notes
Please contact our Customer Service Centre on 0345 6000 650
Customer help pointsAvailable
Cycle storageAvailable
Cycle storage spaces6
Sheltered cycle storageUnavailable
Cycle storage CCTVAvailable
Step-free accessPart of station
Step-free access notes

St Margarets is an inaccessible station. Wheelchair users are advised to use either Richmond or Twickenham stations.

Ramps for train accessUnavailable
Induction LoopAvailable
Accessible ticket machinesAvailable
Accessible Booking Office counterUnavailable

About Marble Hill House

Marble Hill House was built in the 1720s by the formidable Henrietta Howard, courtier and mistress of King George II. It has a compact Palladian design that became a template for other Georgian villas, as well as for plantation houses in the American colonies. Henrietta used the house to entertain the great and good of society, including the writers Jonathan Swift and Alexander Pope.
The interior style reflected the increasing trade between Britain and China, and a western fascination with all things oriental - the house was furnished with 'chinoiserie' lacquer furniture, hand-painted Chinese wallpaper, and the blue and white porcelain that became a British national craze. A Chinese lacquer screen is one of the few remaining objects from Henrietta's own collection, as Marble Hill House's contents were broken up before the property came into public ownership in 1902. But in the 1980s a series of paintings by Giovanni Paolo Panini were restored to the Great Room.
Admission is by guided tour, and the knowledgeable guides are able to bring the courtly world of Henrietta Howard and her friends to vivid life. Marble Hill Park is a beautiful area of Thames-side greenery with a range of sporting and recreational facilities.

Departures and arrivals from St Margarets (London)

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Departing toTrainTimePlatformStatus
to Richmond (London)South Western Railway08:05On time
to TeddingtonSouth Western Railway08:10On time
to Richmond (London)South Western Railway08:35On time
to TeddingtonSouth Western Railway08:40On time
to Richmond (London)South Western Railway09:05On time
Arriving fromTrainTimePlatformStatus
from TeddingtonSouth Western Railway08:05On time
from Richmond (London)South Western Railway08:10On time
from TeddingtonSouth Western Railway08:35On time
from Richmond (London)South Western Railway08:40On time
from TeddingtonSouth Western Railway09:05On time

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