The Landscape Guide

Bushey Park

The 445 ha.Bushey Park is less well known than the other Royal Parks. It adjoins Hampton Court and owes its present grandeur to William III's gardeners, London and Wise. A wide and majestic avenue of triple rows of horse chestnut trees runs through the park. It encloses a large round pool designed by Christopher Wren with a statue of Diana by Francesco Fan. Fallow deer graze under the trees in the park. Access from Park Road, Richmond.

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