Bushy Park is the second largest royal park in London. It is home to around 320 deer who roam freely within the park.
With 445 hectares (1099 acres) of land, Bushy Park is the second-largest Royal Park in London and there is an incredible range of wildlife and habitats within its walls. Bushy Park is a deer park. Red and Fallow Deer still roam freely throughout the park, just as they did when Henry VIII used to…
Linked to Hampton Court Palace by the Longford River, Bushy Park is famed for its mix of waterways, gardens and grassland, and roaming herds of red and fallow deer.
Plenty of nature, deer, skylarks, great coffee at the pheasantry. A beautiful park.
“A very historic and beautiful place to visit with formal gardens and stepped in history over the last 500 years. ”
“Fantastic local theatre, with big hitting productions from the west end and local arts. ”
“Originally built in 1610, by a friend of King Charles I - take the ferry across the river from near Marble Hill House ”
“An old outdoor pool that is heated all year round. Swim at night under the steam and moon or relax and picnic in the day!”