This is a garden folly erected in 1756 on the bank of the river Thames by the actor David Garrick. It is across the road from Garrick Villa a large house lived in by the actor. There was a tunnel under the road to connect with his riverside lawn.
The folly was built to honour William Shakespeare whose plays Garrick performed to great acclaim in his career.
Also see extras for blue plaque and Garrick Villa.
- bike ride via Twickenham to Hampton
- took everything from under the stairs, tidied and cleaned
- delivered some books to a friend