London's Parks and Green Spaces

Bushy Park

Royal park

Description

Bushy Park is the second largest of London's Royal Parks, at 445 hectares (1,100 acres) in area. It is adjacent to Hampton Court Palace (which has a formal garden with pay entry) and Hampton Court Park (aka Home Park), although separated by a busy road. The parks are located just west of Kingston in south west London. They are both deer parks with flat grassland. Bushy Park has bracken in summer in (it dies down in winter) and a few areas of enclosed woodland. South of Hampton Court Palace is the river Thames and the Thames Path.

To link between the parks, exit Bushy park via the Hampton Court Gate, cross the road, turn left, and go through a gate in the Park's wall. This avoids the Palace Garden which has an entrance fee.

To link between the parks, exit Bushy park via the Hampton Court Gate, cross the road, turn left, and go through a gate in the Park's wall. This avoids the Palace Garden which has an entrance fee.

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Travel

Kingston, Teddington and Hampton Wick stations (Zone 6, 4 trains an hour from Waterloo and Wimbledon). Hampton Court (Zone 6, 2 trains and hour from Waterloo and Wimbledon). Free parking (near the Hampton Court gate).

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Website

royalparks.gov.uk/parks/bushy_park/

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