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Richmond Park, Richmond-upon-Thames

(4.8/5 based on 1,500+ reviews on the web)
Encompassing almost 1,011 hectares (2,500 acres), Richmond Park ranks as the largest Royal Park in London. The hills and grasslands are home to around 650 free-roaming red and fallow deer. Admire exotic plants in the ornamental woodland garden of Isabella Plantation. Take in the expansive view of the Thames Valley from Pembroke Lodge, the highest point in Richmond Park. If you prefer activity over leisure, you can play golf, fish, or ride a bicycle. Afterward, cool off at one of the onsite refreshment points. You can easily access the park by bus or Tube. There are parking lots if you choose to drive. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Richmond Park and many more Richmond-upon-Thames attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Richmond-upon-Thames trip generator.
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  • excellent my son loved the animals. The weather was great the space was fantastic. lovely family time. Freshwater did us all good.  more »
  • Lovely park, abundance of deer which is great if you like wildlife photography like me, great walk but lots of busy roads running through!  more »
  • This park is vast with 4 main entry/ exit points ( Richmond, Roehampton, Wimbledon & Kingston) . It has an abundance of wildlife, mainly deer but also cows & horses, plenty of birds & dogs too being a...  more »
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  • Wildlife is amazing! :) A great place for photographers of nature or if you just want to have a walk and enjoy the lovely colours and squirrels around the park. Don't upset the crows though.
  • Been going back every year for the last 6 years. You can park the car at Pembroke lodge. Little takeaway outlets, public toilets and miles and miles of space to walk and enjoy the wild life. Deer, Green parrots, squirrels, ducks, swans and so much more.
  • Love this park, I walk my dogs here. It is a beautiful place full of wildlife. I used to ride around this park and it is amazing.
  • One of the main reasons I love Richmond park,is because of all the wild deer.in fact theirs approximately 650 deer's(350 fallow and 300 red). 2350 acres to explore.1350 species of beetles,730 species of butterflies,and moths.450 species plants,and ferns,400 species of fungi,130 species of spiders. The largest enclosed urban park in Europe,and the largest of the Royal parks,and as big as the others combined.
  • Amazing! So beautiful. It is easy to spot the deer. The park is massive so I'd recommend getting bicycle or driving to find the deer. You're not allowed to stop the car on the roads inside the park. So you'd. Have to go to the parking, and then walk back to where you spotted the animals.