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Bushy park is very unique from other Royal parks in London. There are not many statues and cycling tracks like Hyde Park, or crowd like St. James Park or diverse flora like Kew Gardens. This park takes you right in heart of quiet and peaceful...More
Bushy park is on Hampton court road. Good parking. Easy walking and lots of greenery. Close to the Thames were we watched ducks and swans.
Busy park on this hot day and a Sunday. A cheap place to take children or adults too. Very restful.
Bushy Park covers an area nearly three miles by one and a half. It is mainly rough grazing land with some stands of tall ferns and of mature trees, and contains some enclosed woodland garden areas. It has numerous pedestrian and cycle gates spread around...More
Parked in the main car park to walk over to Hampton Court. Arrived before 11 am (on a Monday) and had one of the last spaces in the small overflow section. Looked out into the park as we stopped and there was a heron perched...More
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.