Hampton Court Park

Local nameHampton Court Park
LocationLondon, UK

Hampton Court Park is a walled royal park managed by the Historic Royal Palaces.. The park lies between the gardens of Hampton Court Palace and Kingston upon Thames and Surbiton in south west London, England, mostly within the post town of East Molesey, but with its eastern extremity within the post town of Kingston. In 2014, part of the park was designated a biological Site of Special Scientific Interest. It takes up most of the final meander of the non-tidal reaches of the River Thames and is mainly divided between a golf course, meadows interspersed with trees used for deer, seasonal horse grazing and wildlife. A corner of the park is used annually for the Hampton Court Flower Show and the part nearest to the palace has the Long Water — an early set of hydro-engineered ponds or lakes, fed by water from the distant River Colne, as are the bodies of water in the neighbouring park, Bushy Park.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hampton_Court_Park

Address (Unnamed Road), Richmond KT8 9, United Kingdom

Coordinates 51°24'4.801" N -0°19'24.417" E

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