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London Richmond Park is a deer park & offers cycling, fishing, horse riding and a rich wildlife.


London Richmond Park

Richmond Park London

The London Richmond Park is the largest Royal Park and is home to around 650 free roaming deer and provides an amazing view of St Paul's Cathedral. A landscape of hills, woodlands and ancient trees offers a peaceful retreat to visitors who are encouraged to take advantage and enjoy the park activities - cycling, fishing or horse riding. Children can enjoy dedicated playgrounds and observe the rich wildlife. Richmond Park in London is also great for picnics and family days-out.

This park's royal connections go back further than any other, beginning with Edward (1272 - 1307) and the park today still resembles that of a medieval deer park. Isabella Plantation, another park highlight, is a woodland garden run organically with rich flora and fauna.

The London Richmond Park was appointed a Site of Special Scientific Interest by English Nature and was designated a National Nature Reserve in 2000.

There are always various events taking place - guided walks, children entertainment and sports activities. Richmond Park in London is often used as a backdrop for television programmes, videos and fashion shoots.

Visiting The London Richmond Park:

Address: Holly Lodge, Richmond upon Thames, London, TW10 5HS

Telephone: 020 8948 3209

Nearest Underground Stations:
Richmond Tube (27 minutes)

What's on at the London Richmond Park?

London Duathlon 2014
London Duathlon 2015
20th Sep '15
London Duathlon is the greatest event of its type on the earth. The world's largest duathlon backs to Richmond Park this September. London Duathlon 2015 is also adding a new distance to the 2015 calendar, the International 55k (10km run, 40km bike, 5km run).
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Get a nice view of St Paul's Catheral & Isabella Plantation with rich plants & flowers at the largest Royal Park in London - Richmond Park!