The largest of the Royal Parks, Richmond Park is a vast green space which has changed very little over the centuries.
Even today, the landscape of hills, woodland gardens and grasslands gives a taste of medieval England and a haven for visitors to relax and connect with nature.
Richmond Park is home to 650 roaming deer and as you wander through the ancient trees, you may spot antlers through the bracken. The Isabella Plantation, the ornamental woodland garden is also a feature during any time of the year. For whatever reason you visit Richmond Park, you’ll take away memories to last a lifetime.
As the charity for the Royal Parks, we exist to enhance, protect and preserve Richmond Park and all of London's amazing Royal Parks, for future generations.
With your fantastic support, we’re able to reach out to make Richmond 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
'The Way' Gates in Richmond
'The Way’ gates, made possible by a generous private donation, give you a stunning amazing 10-mile protected view from Richmond Park to St Paul's Cathedral.
Meditation in the Park
We partnered with Headspace to create a free 'walking meditation' for the Royal Parks.
Exploring Richmond Park on foot
We granted the Pembroke Lodge Visitor Centre funds to fit out the building and produce a guided walk leaflte to encouraeg visitors to explore Richmond on foot.
Quenching thirsts in Richmond Park
As part of the Tiffany Across the Water programme, we have been able to fund the restoration of the water troughs at Ladderstile and Roehampton Gate in Richmond Park.
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.
The Shire Horses of Richmond Park
With funds raised through our wildlife adoptions, we have supported the Shire horse team in Richmond Park so they can appear at community events to raise awareness of the invaluable work the do.
Bats - Flouishing Night Life!
With your support, we funded trapping surveys with a top bat expert to find out which bats had made Richmond Park their home.