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The Waterhouse Woodland Garden, originally a woodland walk created in 1925, consisted of two early nineteenth-century plantations.

In 1948-9, improvements were carried out by the then Park Superintendent Joseph Fisher, whose creative eye was responsible for the new paths and gardens that remain the backbone of the Garden today. Within the garden, you will come across Fisher's Pond, King's River Garden, Willow Plantation and Silver Birch Glade.

The Pheasantry Welcome Centre is located in the Woodland Garden and was created as part of the £7.2 million project to restore formal gardens and buildings in Bushy Park.

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