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Greater London
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Greater London

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26 JUN 2018

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26 Jun 2018 | 22:53

Bushy Park
HAMPTON
Bushy Park is the second largest (after Richmond Park) of London’s Royal Parks at 445ha (1,100ac). It features fishing and model boating ponds, formal plantations of trees and other plants, wildlife conservation areas, and herds of both red and fallow deer.
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26 Jun 2018 | 22:31

Herds of deer roam freely about Hampton Court Park, which covers an area of about 304ha (750ac) and has been open to the public since 1894. It features meadows interspersed with trees, several ponds, and a golf course. The lake known as The Longwater flows roughly eastward from the back of Hampton Court Palace.

19 JUL 2016

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19 Jul 2016 | 23:27

Barge Walk
KINGSTON UPON THAMES
Barge Walk stretches from Hampton Wick to Thames Ditton. Here you can take a stroll or a bike ride beside the River Thames. Seating is available along the route for when you feel like having a rest.
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19 Jul 2016 | 23:10

The Queens Promenade Riverside Walk is named after Queen Victoria (1819 – 1901), who often came through Kingston upon Thames on her way to Claremont House in Esher, Surrey. The walk is about 1,500m (1,640yd) long and runs alongside the River Thames from Raven’s Ait to just beyond Kingston Bridge. Seating, refreshments, and toilets are all available along the route.

10 JUN 2014

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10 Jun 2014 | 22:51

Kingston Museum
KINGSTON UPON THAMES
Kingston Museum is set in a custom-built building dating from 1904. It features three permanent galleries: ‘Ancient Origins’, ‘Town of Kings’, and ‘Eadweard Muybridge’. A fourth gallery is for temporary exhibitions.

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