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Top 5 things you must do in Edgware

  • Posted: 24-07-2017      Category: Things to do

    Referred to most natives as the name of a road (Edgware Road) and one of the last in three train stations in north-bound northern line area, Edgware symbolizes the northern edge of the countryside extension of North London.

    One of the best place for  Londoners and tourists, Edgware is dependably a hurricane of enjoyment, with acclaimed and historical sites at every step of the way and time, is never enough to visit them all. The possibilities of choosing Edgware for vacations are interminable.

    Edgware is enormous and the district has recently been able to produce great amount extraordinary things to do, but the question is how would we choose what do to do when we’re in Edgware?

    Here are top 5 things you must do in Edgware to enhance the level of fun and enjoyment.

    The Broadwalk Centre – Shopping for no reason

    Owned by the Scottish Widows Investment Partnership (SWIP) – The Broadwalk Centre is one of the busiest, most reliable and splendid shopping centre situated in Edgware. It was previously owned by the Carlyle Group and Bride Hall Holdings, who in 2012, sold it to the SWIP.

    The Broadwalk Centre has become a hub of shopping –  created in a single storey building, it has more than 20 famous shops that include the famous Superdrug, WHSmith, Sainsbury’s, Boots, Costa Coffee and M&S.

    Centre of distinction – The Broadwalk Centre has also received an honor of the only shopping centre in Edgware district to provide people with quality in products, good services, and a large selection of shops.

    Keeping its success in front – SWIP announced an expansion in the project by submitting a pre-application discussion to Barnet Council for the extension of the Cinema and supermarket to accommodate as many people as possible.

    High Street – Visiting Historical places

    One of the Edgware’s oldest building – St. Margaret’s Church is situated on the High street, the old Roman road near the junction. High street itself has its own significant history as it was once the center of Edgware for shops and historical buildings.

    To date, it still preserves few shops that portray the fine vintage beauty. The southern end of the High street is filled with car dealerships shops.

    Several new buildings have been built such as Travelodge hotel that further leads to Community Hospital.

    Good Earth – Finding Culinary treasures

    If you’re looking for a change in taste in Edgware – Good EarthMill Hill is the best place to do so!

    A Chinese restaurant with numerous branches – Good Earth serves the best beef with the professionally controlled quantity of Black Beans. It offers delicate and mouth-watering dishes, all equally created but distinctive in taste.

    It serves one of the best Chinese cuisines in a casually elegant manner that one cannot resist.

    Good Earth is famous for keeping its traditional cooking services the same for more than 40 years.

    The opening hours are 12 pm – 2:30 pm and 6 pm – 11 pm from Monday to Saturday.

    On Sunday: 12:30 pm – 3 pm, 6 pm – 10:30 pm on Sunday

    Edgware Tube Station – Tube Travelling

    One of the two most anticipated and widely recognized things of Edgware is its famous road (Edgware Road) and the tube station which is another marvel of London Underground.

    Edgware Tube station is located in the London Borough of Barnet, in North London. Due to its countryside look, visitors still consider it as a site to ponder the historical countryside.

    The first railway station came into being in 1867. However, the tracks were expanded and many new underground stations were introduced to facilitate the increasing population.

    Marble Arch – Historical Landmark

    Designed in 1827 by John Nash – Marble is one of the finest and noteworthy historical landmarks located at Street in London.

    A 5-min drive by car from Edgware Tube stationMarble Arch is made with white marble, specifically constructed for the Royal family, king’s troops and the Royal Horse Artillery. In fact, these were the only ones allowed to pass through the arch.
    Marble Arch also has an underground station that links to the famous Edgware Road.