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Getting to Bushy Park


Bus routes
The following bus routes run along the boundaries of Bushy Park:
• 111 from Kingston or Heathrow
• 216 from Kingston or Staines
• 285 from Kingston or Heathrow
• 411 from Kingston or West Molesey
• 481 from Kingston or West Middlesex Hospital
• R68 from Kew Retail Park or Hampton Court
• R70 from Richmond or Hampton

Nearest railway stations are Teddington and Hampton Court. A 10-minute walk from these stations will reach park gates at the North and the South ends of Chestnut Avenue. Hampton Wick station and Hampton Station are around 15 minutes’ walk to a park gate.

On foot or cycle
There are many gates into the park around the perimeter. Cycle parking is located at many points in the park. Cyclists must ride on cycle paths. Cycling across grassland is not permitted.

By car
There are three visitor car parks inside Bushy Park, plus the Clapperstile car park outside the park near the National Physical Laboratory in Teddington, and further car parking outside the park in Hampton Hill. There are disabled parking spaces at various points. See the map for details.
On Saturday mornings the car parks in the park are very busy because of the weekly Park Run event.
Car parking on roads, grasslands and verges is not permitted.

To see a map of Bushy Park go to the link here on The Royal Parks website: Map of Bushy Park

Opening Times

Bushy Park is open at the pedestrian gates 24 hours except in September and November when deer culling takes place. These gates are then open from 08.00 until 22.30 Mondays to Fridays.

The Woodland Gardens gates open between 09.00 and 09.30 and close at dusk.

The Water Gardens are closed on Mondays and open on other days from 09.00 until dusk. On bank holiday Mondays they are open but closed the Tuesday after.

Vehicle gates at each end of Chestnut Avenue are open from 06.30 until dusk, or until 19.00 in the winter. Commercial vehicles are prohibited unless authorised.

Tread Lightly

Visitors to the park should Tread Lightly. In other words, we ask that visitors respect the environment, the wildlife and the fragile ecosystems and habitats that support the thousands of species of fauna and flora, many of which are rare and protected.

The park is open to everyone to enjoy. It offers space for a wide range of activities including walking, running, cycling, fishing (by licence), model boating (on Heron Pond) and just doing nothing.

One activity that is not permitted is flying drones.

You can tread lightly by avoiding the following disrespectful behaviours:

• Leaving litter
• Lighting barbecues and bonfires
• Removing chestnuts, flora and other natural objects
• Disturbing fallen and dead wood
• Dumping of pets and plants
• Dog waste
• Uncontrolled dogs
• Off-road cycling
• Speeding traffic

Park Facilities

Refreshment Locations
The Pheasantry café is the main location for food and drink, located in the centre of the park. It is open from 09.00 to 18.00 in the summer and 09.00 to 17.00 in the winter. It offers a range of hot and cold food, freshly baked cakes and drinks.

A kiosk for drinks and light snacks is located by the Pheasantry, alongside the Visitor Centre, allowing dog walkers to obtain refreshments. Dogs are not permitted in the Woodland Gardens where the Pheasantry café is located. This kiosk is open at similar times to the main café, subject to weather conditions.

A water fountain to refresh dogs is located between the kiosk and Visitor Centre.

A kiosk is located at the Diana Fountain car park, next to Heron Pond, where drinks and hot snacks are available. This is open from 08.30 until 18.00 in summer and 08.30 until 16.00 in winter, subject to weather conditions.

A children’s playground is located on the south side of the park, a short walk from the Diana Fountain.

Public Toilets
Public toilets are located next to the Visitor Centre and at the children’s playground.

Visitor Centre
A visitor centre is located at the Pheasantry. It is open at weekends and certain other times.
See map for details of the above park facilities: Map of Bushy Park and Facilities

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