Bushy Park | London

If you enjoy fresh air and wildlife, Bushy Park is for you. With an area of 445 hectares (1,099 acres), it is the second largest Royal Park and home to around 320 free-roaming deer.

Lovers of nature may find the bustling streets of London a bit overwhelming - Bushy Park in Richmond is your sanctuary. Just a short distance from Central London on the train or bus, Bushy Park is a great way to see some rare greenery in the capital.

The park is home to the famous Chestnut Avenue which is a formal Baroque water garden. The Diana Fountain can be found at the junction of Chestnut and Lime Avenues - it's a bronze statue of a goddess on a marble and stone fountain.

Entrance to Bushy Park is free, why not pay it a visit next time you're near?


Concessions: Free entry