Bushy Park

Hampton Court Road, Hampton, Middlesex , TW12 2EJ
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Hampton Court Road, Hampton, Middlesex , TW12 2EJ

030 0061 2250


Nearest Station
Hampton (0.60 miles)


One of London’s royal parks, Bushy Park is second only to Richmond in terms of size. As with most of the capital’s parks this was once a hunting ground, in this case favoured by Henry VIII, who lived at the adjacent Hampton Court Palace. Red and fallow deer can still be seen grazing here, and there are a few other species of wildlife like water voles and hedgehogs, albeit in dwindling numbers. Aside from providing visitors with 445 hectares in which to relax, there are a few things to see and do: look out for the pretty bronze sculpture of the goddess Diana set on a marble and stone fountain in a lake and the collection of Baroque-inspired cascades at the Upper Lodge Gardens. Additionally there are is a playground for children and a café.

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