Richmond Park is the largest royal park in London, with free-roaming deer wandering its varied landscape. From the King Henry’s Mount there is a stunning view of St Paul’s Cathedral 10 miles away.
Take your bike and get out there in the sunshine
Perfect at anytime of year! Make sure you bring the camera to get some pics of the deer!
Covering 2,360 acres, this royal park and National Nature Reserve in London (the largest one of the Royal Parks) famous for its red and fallow deer that roam around the park. Tours available.
Beware the deer!!!
Power (insert your sport/passtime) round the tamsin trail with the joggers, runners, cyclists, etc or wander lackadaisically round the other 2800 acres...
If you're cycling strongly rec doing the circuit clockwise - hills are steeper but SHORTER lol - the best bacon sandwiches are near the Kingston Gate
Unique part of London, a must see place!
Where to start. Great place to run, bike, walk your dog, take your kids, sit on a bench and watch deer walk fearlessly by. 2,500 Acres of beautifully preserved land.
Awesome Park , Amazing Landscaping, its a must visit when in Greater London, check out the telescope dont forget
Proper road terrain for cycling. Lots of hills. Fantastic park for exercise.
Discovered that it's actually open 24/7 to pedestrians and cyclists (except during the deer cull in November); they only close the traffic gates.
Ride hard ride fast
Such an Amazing wonderful place to visit & for great outdoor exercise! I suggest get your training gear on
For few minutes I felt that I was in Africa or Kruger Park in South Africa .
Great place, more like a countryside not city
JESUS CHRIST. FENTON!!!
Fairly standard bit of greenery, unless your a Londoner, in which case it will look like the garden of Eden to you.
Don't worry so much about the deer - worry more about being knocked down by the cyclists
Nice, pretty and clean park
Changing your study place from time to time can make a huge difference to your productivity - bring your tablet along and tick that essay off your list!
The largest Royal Park in London covering 2,500 acres. Besides its beauty there's plenty to do including horse riding, power kiting, cycling, fishing and golf. Plan your day and go have some fun!
Bring insect spray if you mind the midges.
Beautiful beautiful place
This is my favourite park in London, Perfect for cyclists (you can rent bikes at Roehampton Gate if you don't have your own). The Isabella Plantation is a beautiful traffic free part not to be missed.
Gorgeous, vast open spaces but loads of dog poop and dogs running around without leashes!
Chasing after Fenton will keep you fit for Royal Parks Half Marathon!
They have raindeer, swans, animal poo-poo.. But it's a really great place.. Fresh air, and very peaceful.. :)..
Amazing Park- Check out the views from Pembroke Lodge and find the place where you can see St.Paul's through a telescope!
Walked from Croydon to Richmond Park via Mitcham, Morden Hall, through Wimbledon and the Common across the A3 to Richmond Park in 4 1/2 hours on Saturday 7th May 2011
Go to Pen Ponds and feed the ducks
Best part of the park is the centre, or by Sheen Gate. Take the dogs for a walk, and come across lots of ponds and mud. Great fun!
bring out the sleds when it snows! head to Queens gate, some great slopes on that end!
Richmond Park - perfect at any time of year! Make sure you take the camera for some pics of the deer!
Come to see deers!
Great place for a cycle!
If you're a weekend leisure walker, get in early to avoid the cycling running crowds for the carpark. Whilst there's works going on, maybe park further into the park
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Amaaaziinggg place .... With deer roaming freely
Please remember that opening and closing times change throughout the year and closing time in autumn and winter is much earlier than 9pm. Always check it online.
Loads of great photo spots all year round. Make sure you arrive early during autumn and winter months as they close quite early.
Сам парк не особо впечатлил, но огромное количество очень красивых попугаев на деревьях и бегающие повсюду олени удивили)
Um parque maravilhoso, muito verde, animais e uma vista lindíssima.
È il più grande parco di Londra, circa 2400 acri. 3 volte Central Park (NYC). L'autorità del parco consiglia di tenersi a debita distanza dai 650 cervi che lo abitano.