© Giles Barnard, courtesy Royal Parks
Time Out says
Wed Jun 20 2012
Richmond Park is the largest of the Royal Parks, occupying some 2,500 acres. There are hundreds of red and fallow deer roaming free across it, presumably much happier without having to listen out for the 'View halloo!' of one of Henry VIII's hunting parties. Within the park's bounds are the Palladian splendour of White Lodge and Pembroke Lodge, childhood home to philosopher Bertrand Russell and now a café. From the park's highest point, there are unobstructed views of St Paul's Cathedral, over 12 miles in the distance.
What's on at Richmond Park
Walking tours, Things to do
Richmond Park is lovely at any time of year, but when you’ve got a gutful of Christmas roast to start sloughing off – it’s both a tonic and an inspiration. So gratitude is due to the Friends of the Royal Parks, who have organised this two-hour guided...