|Pools on the Park|
Main entrance and forecourt
|Address||Pools on the Park, Old Deer Park, Richmond|
|Operated by||Richmond Council's Feel Good Fitness|
|Owned by||Richmond Council|
|Type||heated indoor and outdoor|
|Former name(s)||Richmond Baths|
|Length||33.3 metres (109 ft)|
|Width||13 metres (43 ft)|
|Depth||3.6 metres (12 ft)|
|6-lane main pool, learner pool, 6-lane outdoor pool|
|parking, cafe, gym, sauna, steamroom, extensive grounds|
|Official name||Richmond Baths, Old Deer Park|
|Designated||16 January 1996|
Pools on the Park (previously known as Richmond Baths) is a Grade II listed swimming pool and leisure facility in Old Deer Park in Richmond, London. Construction on the 6.5-acre (2.6 ha) site started in 1964 and was completed in 1966; the architect was Leslie Gooday. The pool replaced the previous Richmond baths nearby which had been built in Parkshot in 1882.
Pools on the Park is recognised by Historic England as illustrating "the more ambitious use of glazed curtain walling and the post-Wolfenden Report[note 1] emphasis on providing large banks of spectator seating".
The building, which includes 33.3-metre (109 ft) pool and a learner pool inside, and an open-air pool outside, received a Civic Trust award in 1967.
Richmond Council manages, directly, the pool and leisure facility. Pool on the Park has a long established physiotherapy and osteopathy clinic on site.
Pools on the Park has its own pay and display car park and is the terminus for London Buses route 490 from London Heathrow Terminal 5.