Burnt Oak is a suburb in north London. It has a diverse community and a busy town centre. The local shops are mainly geared towards the needs of its multicultural communities and there are many selling discounted haberdashery, home ware, fabric and exotic fruits and vegetables. There is also a market and a shopping centre in the area, and a great selection of restaurants and pubs. There are several parks nearby.
There are a couple of hotels near Burnt Oak Station. They are both 3 star properties within a mile and a half of the station. Looking slightly farther afield, you will find more 3 star and 4 star hotels. Prices here are reasonable – similar to other suburban areas outside the city centre. Burnt Oak hotels would be suitable for travellers looking for a base outside the centre of London. It takes 45 minutes to get to Bank Station in the City.
Burnt Oak station is in North London, in the Borough of Barnet. It’s in Travelcard Zone 4, on the Edgeware branch of the Northern Line. The station opened in 1924 and was designed by the architect Stanley Heaps, who was responsible for the look of many tube stations at the time. Burnt Oak was then a rural community and the station was only open on weekdays. The area grew up after that with new housing and shopping developments. The first ever Tesco’s was opened here in 1929.
There are several parks in this area. Watling Park has gentle hills with views across to Queensbury. It has a formal rose garden, play area, ball court, football pitch and pavilion.
Silkstream Park and Little Stanmore are also nearby. Canons Park is a larger green space which is not too far away. It used to be the grounds of a stately home but was acquired by the council in 1936. It has grand avenues of trees, a pond, a walled garden and a temple folly. While you are there, St Lawrence Whitchurch Little Stanmore is worth a visit. It’s a lovely 18th Century church with a continental baroque interior.
The Royal Air Force Museum is the country’s only museum dedicated to aviation and the science of flight. It was opened in 1972 and has over 100 aircraft, including some very early models, right up to the latest modern day jets. Admission is free and there are also interactive events and activities and a 3D cinema.
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