The second largest park in London, Bushy Park is a former Royal hunting ground.
Where herds of deer still wander at will and was one of King Henry VIII's favourite deer parks.

Situated within White Lodge is Bushy Park's History room. Formerly a royal residence, it now houses the Royal Ballet Lower School, instructing students aged 11–16.
Barnes Wallis, the inventor/scientist developed the bouncing bomb at the National Physical Laboratory and Errol Flynn began his film career at Teddington Studios. R D Blackmore, author of Lorna Doone, also lived in the area.
A footbridge across the lock from Hamptons leads to Teddington village where the Landmark Arts Centre is based and hosts concerts, arts and crafts fairs and exhibitions.

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Events in Teddington

Getting Around

Barnes & Mortlake Map


Teddington has a wealth of independent retailers specialising in designer and vintage clothing.

Among the other unusual shops there is a cigar emporium, a well stocked kitchen shop and a children’s boutique. When you need a bit of rest and relaxation, you can take a short break at one of the many wine bars or cafes or relax by the river near the famous Teddington Lock – where the tidal stretch of the River Thames ends.

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Berg, Mrs

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The Chestnuts

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