Canons Park Station is in a residential suburb in North West London, in the Borough of Harrow. There are a few restaurants and pubs in the surrounding area and the vast green space of Canons Park to explore. Hotel prices here are lower than in the centre of London. It takes about half an hour to get to Bond Street, which is on Oxford Street, in London’s shopping district. Canons Park hotels are suitable for travellers who want a base outside the centre of London, but with easy access along the Jubilee Line to the shopping district, Westminster and the West End.
There are a couple of 3 star hotels near Canons Park. In the wider area you will find a number of hotels of a similar standard. There is a cluster of accommodation options in the centre of Harrow, which is about 2 miles away from Canons Park Station. Harrow has tube stations on the Metropolitan line, which runs along the north edge of the centre of London and into the East End.
Canons Park is a tube station in north London. It’s on the Jubilee Line, in Travelcard Zone 5. It’s in a residential area of the Borough of Harrow. The station has existed since 1932, but transferred to Jubilee Line services in 1979. It is the least used station on the Jubilee Line.
Canons Park is a Grade II listed historic landscape. It used to be the grounds of one of the grandest houses in 18th century England. It still contains several historic buildings including the remnants of the original Chandos Mansion, which is now part of North London Collegiate School. The former kitchen gardens have been replanted to make a pretty, 1930’s styled walled garden. St Lawrence Whitchurch is a beautiful late mediaeval church with an 18th century organ, which was used by Handel when he worked for the Duke of Chandos.
There is a sports ground with tennis courts nearby, as well as a small park, Centenary Park, which has a bowling green and Pitch ‘n’ Putt.
The Royal Air Force Museum is Britain’s national museum of aviation. It has several hundred thousand objects on display including more than 100 full size aircraft. It’s a family friendly museum with plenty of hand on exhibits. The museum also has a 3D cinema and an audiovisual presentation about the Battle of Britain, where visitors are seated above a Hurricane and Spitfire, and the period is brought to life with film footage, sound and lighting effects. Entrance to the museum is free.
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|3||Premier Inn London Edgware||1.1km|
|3||Premier Inn London Harrow||3.2km|
|3||Brent X Hotel London||3.3km|
|3||Days Hotel London North||3.3km|
|3||Brent X Hotel||3.4km|
|4||Village Hotel & Leisure Club Elstree||3.7km|
|3||University of Westminster Harrow Hall||3.7km|
|3||Comfort Hotel Harrow||3.7km|
|3||Corus Hotel Elstree||3.9km|
|3||Best Western Cumberland Hotel||3.9km|
|3||Grims Dyke Hotel||4.3km|
|3||Quality Harrow Hotel||4.5km|
|3||Park House Hotel||4.9km|
|3||Old Etonian Hotel||5.0km|
|3||Harrow Hotel Executive Rooms & Suites||5.1km|
|3||Premier Travel Inn London Wembley||5.1km|