Just north of Hampton Court Palace, Bushy Park is the second largest of London's Royal Parks and provides a fantastic backdrop for spotting the diverse wildlife. Open from dawn until dusk, visitors can enjoy more than 1,000 acres of woods, gardens and waters including boating and modelling ponds, as well as the famous Chestnut Avenue which marks the walk up to the palace. The Upper Lodge Water Gardens are a tranquil highlight, while the Diana Fountain is a beautiful dedication to the wife of King Charles I, who requested its design in 1637. Bushy Park also hosts a number of sports clubs including Teddington Hockey Club, where the rules for the modern game were first thought to be devised.
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