The second largest of London’s eight Royal Parks, Bushy Park is a vast green space with many secret areas for visitors to discover and enjoy.
Not far from Hampton Court Palace, Bushy Park's history is linked to the palace, yet retains a distinctly rural feel. It’s a wonderful place for you to take a walk, soak up heritage and unwind; you may even spot a deer!
As the charity for the Royal Parks, we exist to enhance, protect and preserve Bushy Park and all of London's amazing Royal Parks, for future generations
With your fantastic support, we’re able to reach out to make Bushy Park part of more people’s lives by raising funds for a wide variety of projects from wildlife conservation and landscape restoration, to community sport, education and art.
Find out where your support goes
Meditation in the Park
We partnered with Headspace to create a free 'walking meditation' for the Royal Parks.
Caring for Bushy Park Veterans
Thanks to our funding, the Royal Parks Arboriculturist was able to conduct an in-depth survey of veteran trees to help plan biodiversity management and to converse Bushy Park's wooded habitats.
Royal Parks Foundation Ultra, partnered with Scope
Combining the highlights of London and five Royal Parks, this 50k Ultra marathon tests your endurance and raises vital funds for the Royal Parks Foundation and our partner charity, Scope.
Baroque splendor in Bushy Park
We helped fund the restoration of the Water Gardens in Bushy Park so visitors could enjoy their own bit of history in these special gardens, now and in the future.
Supporting the deer in the Royal Parks
Thanks to the generous support of Artemis, we can help care for and conserve deer in Greenwich, Bushy and Richmond Parks for future generations.
Your support helped survey the rich diversity of fungi in Bushy Park so the team can identify which ones live in the Park and help care for trees and shrubs on which they live.