Bushy park

Teddington

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Every year millions of Londoners and tourists visit Bushy Park, the second largest of the capital's eight Royal Parks.

Located near Hampton Court Palace, Bushy Park's mixture of woods, gardens, ponds and grassland makes it a fantastic place to enjoy wildlife with roaming herds of Red and Fallow Deer.

The park is also home to the famous Chestnut Avenue, a formal Baroque water garden and the beautiful Diana Fountain.
Flora and Fauna

With over 445 hectares (1,099 acres) of land, Bushy Park is the 2nd largest Royal Park in London and there is an incredible range of wildlife and habitats within its walls.

Bushy Park has a distinctive landscape, shaped in part by its history as a royal hunting ground but also by its many ponds and streams. These are fed with water by the Longford River created in 1637 by Charles I to bring water to Hampton Court Palace. The Longford runs for 12 miles.

Times and prices are subject to change. Contact venue before setting out.

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