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Old Deer Park

Old Deer Park,London Information
Old Deer Park is an area of open space to the north of Richmond upon Thames, bordered by the River Thames.
Owned by the Crown Estate, the park forms part of a larger historic landscape stretching from Richmond to Kew and across the river to Twickenham and Isleworth.
The hunting park was established by King James I of England. It acquired the prefix; Old with the establishement of Richmond Park by Charles I in 1637.
Old Deer Park,London Address
Old Deer Park
Kew Road

Map and Directions
Old Deer Park,London Telephone No.
020 8940 2368
Old Deer Park,London Fax. No.
020 8940 1106
From the South, take the M25, exit at the M3 and drive east towards London. Join the A316 towards Richmind over Twickenham Bridge. Turn left at the lights. The entrance is via double iron gates half a mile down the road on your left.
From the North, M1 or M40, exit at the A406 and drive south to the Chiswick Roundabout.
From the West, M4 exit at J2
From London, exit J1 Chiswick Roundabout. Take the A205 signed for Richmond to the lights. Bear left over Kew Bridge. Bear right at the next lights into Kew Road. Drive 1 mile and enter at the second double gates on the right after the Kew Gardens wall stops. The entrance is plainly marked.
The Number 65 from Ealing stops outside the ground.
There are frequent trains to Richmond from Waterloo
Richmond - District Line to Richmond. Turn right out of the station, and cross over the road. Follow the pavement to the pedestrian lights, cross the dual carriageway and turn right. The entrance is a quarter of a mile down the road on the left.