Weybridge is a town located in the Elmbridge district of Surrey, England. It is surrounded to the north through the River Thames at the entrance of the Wey. Due to this river, the town gets the name. It is a peripheral local town within the Greater London Urban Area. This town is located 7 miles northeast from Woking and 16 miles southwest from central London. Real estate prices are high as compare to the national average rate.
Weybridge, based on its territory bounds, forms three divisions of the United Kingdom. It can divide into the town centre area and Thames Street. The third one is The Queens Road area located on the top of Monument Hill, most of St George’s Hill and Brooklands.
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Weybridge provides excellent facilities for rail and bus transportation. This town is offering 29 local bus services for different locations including central London. The accessible areas to which the city has bus transport are Addlestone, Sheerwater, Brooklands, Kingston Upon Thames, Byfleet, New Haw Rail Station, Chertsey, Cobham, Downside, Dartnell Park, East Molesey, Esher, Fetcham and Hampton Court.
Weybridge railway station is providing services to the significant areas of the country from the town. Like Surbiton, Virginia Water, Vauxhall, West Byfleet, Walton On Thames, Wimbledon and other.
Attractions of the Place:
Weybridge is an attracting place for enjoyment. You can visit many sites in this town. Like Windsor Castle, Hampton Court Palace, Windsor Great Park, Hampton & Kempton Waterworks Railway, Brooklands Museum, London Bus Museum, Chertsey Meads Marine Boatyard and many more.
Windsor Castle is the most significant and traditional castle in the whole world. It gives a remarkably varied and rich day out.
Hampton Court Palace is a famous place to visit. State apartments and Tudor knot garden located at this beautiful red-brick Tudor Castle. It is a set-in formal gardens and public parkland near the Thames River.