RICHMOND PARK
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An area of 4 square miles makes Southwest London’s Richmond Park the largest of the Royal Parks. At one time envisioned by King Edward I as deer hunting grounds, the walled compound still hosts a herd of 650 free-roaming red and fallow deer to this day. Further attractions are the Isabella Plantations featuring rare species of plants as well as a hill from which the eye can see as far as the Saint Paul’s Cathedral 10 miles away.

DISTRICT
Richmond
ADDRESS
PHONE
+443000612200
WEBSITE
OPENING TIMES
Daily from 7.30 am
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
District line to Southfields
HIGHLIGHT TYPE
Outdoor spot / park

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