Please read the following information for the latest news and updates regarding changes to services and available facilities within our parks during the covid-19 pandemic.
Richmond Park is open from 7:00 am in the summer and 7:30 am in the winter. The park is accessible by public transport with multiple bus stops surrounding the park and the Richmond train station nearby.
The visitor centre at Richmond Park is situated in the open square in front of Pembroke Lodge, by the car park. It is staffed by Friends of Richmond Park volunteers and is open every day, except Christmas day, volunteers permitting.
From 15 April - 28 October 2020, we are providing a free transport service to help visitors get better access to Richmond Park and in particular Isabella Plantation.
Accessibility information for visitors to Richmond Park including independent audits of park facilities.
The deer in Richmond and Bushy Park are wild and unpredictable. Read our safety advice for park visitors including photographers and dog walkers.
Woodlands and parks with deer, such as Richmond Park and Bushy Park, can attract ticks. Familiarise yourself with symptoms and things you can do to prevent tick bites.
Important information on Oak Processionary Moth and what you should do if you find the caterpillars or their nests.
The use of drones and remote controlled flying models is only permitted on the Flying Field in Richmond Park.
Park regulations, legislation and policies help us to manage the parks and balance the needs of different park visitors.