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Udney Hall Gardens

Langham Road, Teddington, TW11 9HQ Map

Udney Hall Gardens is the only remaining part of the grounds of Teddington Place.

About the park

Udney Hall was the name originally given to the house of former Lord Mayor of London, Sir Charles Duncombe. The house, originally built in the 1700s, was in demolished in 1946 but the gardens remain. 

The grounds are brightened by spring bulbs and are screened from the road by trees.

Visiting the park

Udney Hall Gardens are accessible at all times. The area is served by Teddington station and bus routes 281, 285, 681 and R68.

Public Space Protection Orders and byelaws

All council-managed parks and open spaces are covered by Public Space Protection Orders and formal byelaws, to help us reduce antisocial behaviour and breaches of dog control orders.

Updated: 13 July 2022