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Pope's Grotto

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About Pope's Grotto

An atmospheric tunnel and subterranean rooms dug around 300 years ago underneath the houses by the poet Alexander Pope.

Recently restored, the grotto is open to the public about a dozen days a year.
 

Address

Pope's Grotto,
Radnor House Independent School,
21 Cross Deep,
Twickenham,
TW1 4QG

Ticket prices

Prices vary depending on the type of visit you book - details on their booking form.

Link to Pope's Grotto's website

Opening Hours

The grotto is usually open about a dozen days per year, and tickets need to be booked in advance from their website.

Opening hours last checked May 2024.

Accessibility

The grotto is relatively flat inside, but there's a staircase to get down to the grotto, and several short steps along the route.

What's the nearest railway station to Pope's Grotto

The nearest station is Strawberry Hill Rail Station which is 0.3 miles away.

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