Richmond Park Overview
  • Richmond Park is located in the southwest of London and surrounded by Richmond, Roehampton, Kingston upon Thames, and Twickenham from the north, east, south, and west directions respectively. 
  • The park is known to be the home to a varied range of flora and fauna populations.
  • In the past, Richmond Park was used as a hunting ground by Charles I in 1637. He enriched the place with around 2000 red and fallow deer for the same purpose.
  • If you are lucky enough, then there is the chance that you may get a glance of successors of these deers while wandering through the wildlife enriched Richmond Park. 

The best factor about Richmond Park is - It is free! Thus anyone who wishes to escape from hectic life can come to this place for a picnic once a week (if you are local), while if you are a tourist, then you must step into the serenity of this place. If you're considering Europe tour package, be sure to include a visit to Richmond Park in your itinerary to experience its tranquility. The park is spread over 2,500 acres, making it London's largest royal park, and it boasts some of the finest cafes with the best services.

To explore the unique and attractive features of the park without too much exhaustion, you can hire a bicycle from the Parkcycle center near Roehampton Gate. The wide range of places which you can delve into are the mysterious woodlands of the park with the splendor varieties of Azaleas, Rhododendrons, and Camellias and a rustic Isabella Plantation consisting of a lively pond with crystal clear waters.

The park gives you an amazing opportunity to sharpen your photography skills by clicking the photos of these enchanting places or else you can sit along the lake and observe the calm waters. The choice is all yours! Richmond Park is an amazing place for the couples to spend their time together without any


• This park is one of the best tourist places in London since it is recognized as a wildlife conservation site and home to a wide range of species nationally as well as internationally.
• Around 650 deers of different species can be spotted in this park. One can indulge himself in various sports and calming activities like cycling, kiting, sightseeing, and horse riding.
• The children’s playground is also available. A bench named Lan Dury bench is set in Poet’s Corner to give tribute to the rock star who made the hit songs like Hit Me with Your Rhythm Stick and What a Waste.

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