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“The most beautiful park in London!”
Review of Richmond Park

Richmond Park
Ranked #2 of 54 things to do in Richmond
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Richmond Park is an absolutely stunningly beautiful park!

Take time to walk around and you will see flocks of deer grazing with the London skyline as a backdrop.

Visit early evening as the sun goes down and take the most stunning photographs as the sky changes colour!

This park is a magical place to visit all year round.

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Im not sure what we were expecting, but it felt far away from the city.

Miles of parkland with woods and fields and even some exquisite gardens. And deer. Not shy as they have gotten used to the idea that people dont shoot them. You look at them, they stare back at you. Its great.

Its free and beautiful. The further in you walk, the less people there are, through attrition, and you will find yourself in distinctly English tamed wilderness.

Its preservation is a testament to London's wisdom.

Go.

Thank Joshua M
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The highlight of Richmond is the large park, many paths inside including deer. A beautiful place to visit anytime of the year

Thank taz_bubs
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A great place to spend a few hours walking. The Isabella plantation has a wonderful collection of flowers in the spring and there are herds of Fallow and Red deer.

Thank dugalheath
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Ah I love Richmond Park and it's on my doorstep which means I can wander in here at my leisure. Why do I love it? Despite the steady stream of cyclists and cars moving through it and the occasional roar of Heathrow-bound planes overhead, it's so vast that it's possible to lose other people and find yourself thrillingly alone. Just for a minute you can pretend you're not really in London at all but in open countryside. The presence of the parl's famous deer herds (it's never possible to predict where they'll be) adds to this impression. What makes Richmond Park really special is King Henry's Mound - there is an amazing view across to St Paul's cathedral but also across towards Windsor and Runnymede and the tree-rich land spreading away in front of you can be impossibly beautiful. There's also Pembroke Lodge if you fancy a traditional cream tea and plentiful free public toilets. Richmond Park is so big you can get to it from Richmond itself (a lovely walk up Richmond Hill), Kingston, Roehampton, Ham Common, Wimbledon and New Malden.

Thank lonewolf44
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