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Richmond Park is one big open place to just chill In the park you will find lots of Deer's roaming in the wild It has a lots of picnic spots. There is Telescope at Pembroke Lodge Garden form where you can see the Church through...More
You can spend all day in this park. The Isabella plantation has a lovely peaceful walk, variety of plants a, trees and also a lovely stream leading down to a beautiful lake.
Then go to the Whitehouse for lunch, home cooked meals or just a...More
From Richmond, walk through Richmond Park past the look out point and down to Petersham Nurseries for a cup of Tea (warning - no food on Mondays and cake might be stale), then head for Ham House and Gardens (worth a tour), and back along...More
This wonderful park in the middle of South West London is a truly special place. Feel like you are in the middle of the country while in the city. With lots of history, miles of space, a number of wild deer, coffee stops, Pembroke Lodge,...More
The amount of times I’ve been to London area and have never been to Richmond Park. We drove through today and wow just wow. The sun was shining the Deer were roaming about no cares in the world. Never realised either how big this park...More
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Pembroke Lodge is a beautiful Georgian Mansion situated near Richmond Gate and at the highest point in the park. It is the only licensed venue in the park. It has great views from the back of the lodge out across the Thames... More
Pembroke Lodge is a beautiful Georgian Mansion situated near Richmond Gate and at the highest point in the park. It is the only licensed venue in the park. It has great views from the back of the lodge out across the Thames towards Windsor.
There is a cafe inside, a small coffee shop outside, the gift shop for the park, toilets and a large car park.
Go for the views and perhaps an afternoon tea.
The car park does get very busy at weekends.
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