Discover the Best Places in Barnes, SW13
The wide variety of independent shops, farmer’s markets and cosy pubs make Barnes a charming suburban district in the London Borough of Richmond Upon Thames. With its large and picturesque open spaces, it’s not surprising that it is considered one of London’s greenest areas. The area has good transportation links with the major transport hub of Hammersmith within easy access and a train link to Waterloo.
The lively high street together with the old building and streets near Barnes Pond comprise Barnes Village conservation area. The focal point of the village is Barnes Green which is connected with Barnes Common by the Beverly Brook. Barnes Common is an important local nature reserve because of its rare wildlife. Along with Barnes Green, the Common constitutes one of the largest areas of common land in the capital. The vast green space is adjoined by Putney Lower Common.
Close to the Duck Pond at Essex House is situated Barnes Farmers Market, which is one of the oldest in London. The market takes place every Sunday. There are several landmarks and sites in the area including The Barnes trail, Bolan’s Rock Shrine, The Riverside Gallery and The Old Sorting Office Centre. Once a leading recording studio and local cinema, Olympic Studios is currently showing art films and general releases. Olympic hosted one of the most famous stars such as the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix and Pink Floyd.
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