Bushy Park adjoins Hampton Court and is the second largest of London's Royal Parks. It has ponds, gardens, woods, grassland and will certainly keep the whole family entertained.
Close to Hampton Court Palace, Bushy Park is another fabulous Royal Park well worth an amble.
If you are a nature lover, it’s worth dropping in at this Royal Park. About a mile from Hampton Court Palace, or a few more minutes by car after crossing the Kingston bridge (taxi abound £10 from Lilies House)(No entrance fee), you can find yourself in the 2nd largest Royal Park at the London…
Acres and acres to run, walk bike and play. Children's playground. Lovely cafe. Beautiful park for hiking and deer-spotting. Playground, cafes and nature preserve.
Bushy Park super for walks and spotting deer. From the main car park it is a short stroll to the large children's play area. Head to the pheasantry area for the cafe and maintained garden area. FREE entry.
“Beautiful Hampton Court Palace has great history, excellent way to learn about the life of the Palace ”
“Situated at the heart of South West London, the Rose opened its doors in January 2008 and offers a unique theatrical centre to the entire region. It has its roots in Kingston, but serves more than a million people who live and work in the region.Under the leadership of Artistic Director, Stephen Unwin, the Rose offers a rich programme of artistic activity, for people from all backgrounds and tastes. It combines the highest artistic standards, a resolute commitment to learning, and a determination to involve the broader community in what we do.”
“Get the passenger ferry here from Marble Hill House then have a coffee in Petersham Nurseries afterwards.”
“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!”