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Friday, February 20, 2015

Bushy Park

Bushy Park is the second largest of London's eight Royal Parks. Bushy Park is located in the borough of Richmond-upon-Thames close to Hampton Court Palace.

Bushy Park.

Formerly deer-hunting grounds for King Henry VIII, Bushy Park still has large populations of Red and Fallow deer.

Later Sir Christopher Wren, the architect of St Paul's Cathedral, added Chestnut Avenue which runs to the entrance to Hampton Court.

Bushy Park is home to a number of sports clubs including rugby, hockey and cricket.

Bushy Park, London.


To get to Bushy Park there are trains from Waterloo to Teddington, Hampton Wick and Hampton Court with the nearest entrance the Sandy Lane Gates. Buses include the X26 Express service from Heathrow to Croydon, the 111 from Kingston to Heathrow, the 216 Kingston to Staines bus, the 411 from Kingston to West Molsey, the 465 Sandy Lane to Fulwell service and the R68 Hampton Court to Richmond bus.

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