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We visited today and it’s a wonderful park. Parking was easy, £1.50 per hour and we paid via the parking phone app. Easy to work. You can also pay via phone call if your 4g drops out. The deer within the park are beautiful as...More
Bushy Park at this time of year is so beautiful. Get there early as the car parks fill up quickly. You can only take dogs in the main park areas and not into the gardens by the Pheasantary Cafe. Keep dogs on leads right now...More
A nice easy walk across the street from Hampton Court Palace. I really enjoyed the starkness of Bushy Park. Lots of open space. It’s easy to imagine this being where Henry VIII used to hunt and countless other historical events.
Go here regularly for the walk, but also to see the Mallard ducks, the Mandarin ducks, the Teal ducks, the rabbits - not too many of them nowadays and the squirrels. You can also hear the Parakeets - in abundance. But please can you tell...More
We recently visited Bushy Park, walking from the Thames at Hampton Court, through to the High Street in Teddington.
For such an urban area, this is a very large park, although not as big as nearby Richmond Park.
The Bushy Park is home to a...More
Not as big or as well-known as nearby Richmond Park but well-worth a visit. There are lots of deer which don't seem to mind the people or the traffic passing through the park. You can usually get quite close to them but be careful not...More
Great park to visit to spend quality family time strolling around the park looking at the various wildlife.
There is an enclosed are of the park where no dogs are allowed and is ideal to relax and have a picnic.
There are a few oulets...More
Enjoyed a lovely walk today. Went to a part of the park where no dogs are allowed, so very safe for toddlers to walk. Went for a coffee afterwards in The Pheasantry cafe. A couple of us had to return our coffee as it was...More
Beautiful ancient former royal hunting ground with natural scenery and plenty of wildlife. Parking is free and convenient for the café and to sit or walk around the lakes and there is a large playground with a good variety of equipment suitable for children of...More