Cycle the largest royal park in London on a half-day bike tour of Richmond Park, just 30 minutes by train from the city center and far from the hustle and bustle.
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Duration 4 hours
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Ride the bike paths of a royal park and the River Thames
See deer herds roaming free in the former hunting grounds of Richmond Park
Get the chance to go inside the 17th-century Ham House
Get stunning views of the River Thames and see deer herds roaming free in the old royal hunting grounds of Richmond Park.
Spend the morning cycling around the park, where a 40-acre woodland garden can be found within a Victorian woodland plantation from the 1830s. Get the chance to end your tour with a visit to a local pub, or return to the River Thamesand pass the 17th-century stately home of Ham House with its formal gardens and maze-like "Wilderness." Return back to Richmond where you started on the beautiful River Thames path either by bike (private tour) or walk (public tour for full day tour guests). Or you can go inside the house (at your own expense) or check out our full day tour with a ferry trip and an afternoon picnic in an exotic garden of statues and see the famous Eel Pie Island, known for its jazz and blues music in the 1960s.