Discover the Thames Walks (and a quiz for young walkers)

Here are 6 walks designed for all ages with a fun quiz to keep the young ones occupied marked. The walks are approximately 5km and part of the Thames Path National Trail- well signposted by the Acorn Logo.

Chertsey Bridge to Shepperton Foot Ferry

This walk is a lovely stroll along the River Thames from Chertsey Bridge to Shepperton Foot Ferry across the river. Lots of fascinating things for the family to look out for and to enjoy.
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Hampton Court to Kingston Bridge

A Discover the Thames 5km walk (with a quiz for young walkers)
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Kingston Bridge to Richmond Bridge and then Kew.

This walk starts from Kingston Bridge (Kingston is accessible by train from Waterloo) by R Turk and Sons boatyard (Turks Launches). When you arrive there you can enjoy some light refreshments nearby, and even a short boat ride perhaps. In the main this Th
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Marlow to Temple Lock, return and on to Bourne End.

This walk is about 5 miles long if you take the route suggested, which starts from Higginson Park Marlow and follows the River Thames upstream to Temple Lock, then returns to Marlow and continues on to the pretty riverside settlement at Bourne End.
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St. Katharine's Dock to Lambeth Bridge

This is the classic walk along the south bank of the River Thames which takes in all the famous sights of London. You start off from a point near Tower Bridge and finish up opposite The Houses of Parliament and Big Ben.
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Walton-on-Thames Bridge to Shepperton Foot Ferry a

This gentle walk starts near Walton on Thames Bridge at JGF Passenger Boats and continues alongside the Thames towards the Shepperton Foot Ferry. You can either turn round at the ferry and walk back to Walton (5km. in total) or continue on to Chertsey Bri
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West India Dock Station (Docklands Light Railway)

This is a fascinating London walk down some of the most historical parts of old London. You start at West India Dock station on the Docklands Light Railway and finish up near Tower Bridge. Again, it is suitable for young families and kids will LOVE seeing
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Westminster Bridge to St Katherines Dock

A great walk takes in some of London's finest views of the famous buildings such as Big Ben, the Palace of Westminster, County Hall and the London Eye, St Paul's just for starters! Plenty of stopping places for photos, refreshments or just a sit down alo
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Windsor to Maidenhead

This walk is 9km (5 miles) starting from Windsor, by the River Thames.
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