The B352 is a short road leading to Richmond Park in London. For a road in London it feels quite rural.
It starts on the A307 to the east of Ham, and heads east-south-east along Ham Gate Avenue and across Ham Common. Within a kilometre it reaches the Ham Gate and here it ends – all roads in Richmond Park being unclassified and, indeed, open only during the hours of daylight.
The road ahead continues into the park for some 350 m to meet the similarly unclassified Queen's Road which connects the two sections
of the B351 north and south of the royal park.