Parking at Old Deer Park car park
If you are planning a visit to Richmond, London, then Old Deer Park car park is an ideal place to park your car. It is a large car park situated in the heart of the town, near Richmond train station. This guide will provide you with all the information you need to know about Old Deer Park car park, including its location, facilities, and parking rates.
Old Deer Park car park is located on Park Lane, Richmond. It is situated just a few minutes’ walk from Richmond train station, making it easily accessible by public transport. The car park is also close to several tourist attractions, including Richmond Park, Kew Gardens, and the Royal Botanic Gardens.
Address: Park Lane, Richmond, TW9 2RA
Old Deer Park car park offers affordable parking rates for both short and long-term stays. You can stay for 24 hours making it an affordable option if you’re staying overnight in the local area.
|Up to 1 hour
|Up to 2 hours
|Up to 3 hours
|Up to 4 hours
|Up to 6 hours
|Up to 24 hours
|Coaches (12 hours)
Old Deer Park car park has multiple payment options, including card, cash or RingGo app.
Old Deer Park car park has a total of 285 parking spaces, 1 motorcycle bay and 3 coach bays. Old Deer Park Extension car park has 98 spaces and 2 disabled spaces.
There are 2 designated disabled bays at Old Deer Park Extension car park so we recommend using this option if you are looking for disabled parking spaces.
Places close to Old Deer Park car park
Old Deer Park car park is located in the heart of Richmond, a picturesque town in southwest London. As such, there are plenty of attractions and amenities nearby that are well worth a visit.
Just a short walk from Old Deer Park car park is Richmond Park, a vast and beautiful green space that is home to a variety of wildlife, including deer. It’s a perfect place to go for a walk, have a picnic or simply relax and enjoy the scenery.
Richmond town centre is also just a stone’s throw away from Old Deer Park car park, where you’ll find an abundance of shops, restaurants, and pubs. Highlights include the historic Richmond Theatre, the beautiful Richmond Green, and the bustling Richmond Riverside, which is home to a range of independent boutiques, cafes and restaurants.
Other attractions in the area include Kew Gardens, the Royal Botanic Gardens which is home to over 50,000 plants and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the historic Hampton Court Palace, which was once the home of Henry VIII.
Whether you’re looking for a tranquil stroll through the park, a shopping spree, or a dose of culture and history, Old Deer Park car park is perfectly situated to offer easy access to some of the best attractions that Richmond has to offer.
How to get to Old Deer Park car park
If you are driving to Old Deer Park car park, the easiest route to take is via the A316. From central London, follow the A316 west towards Richmond. Take the left turn onto Kew Road and continue for approximately 1.5 miles until you reach Old Deer Park car park on your left-hand side.
Alternatively, if you are approaching from the south or west, take the M3 motorway and exit at junction 1, following signs for Richmond. Continue straight ahead onto the A316, then take the left turn onto Kew Road, where you will find Old Deer Park car park on your left-hand side after approximately 1.5 miles.
Please note that traffic can be heavy in the Richmond area, especially during peak travel times. Plan your journey in advance and allow extra time for potential delays.