Going out in EnfieldGreater London

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Going Out in Enfield

About EnfieldAbout Enfield

The borough of Enfield is situated in North London, and its neighbouring boroughs consist of Barnet, Waltham Forest, and Haringey. Some of the borough's popular attractions include Capel manor gardens, forty hall and estate, Whitewebbs museum of transport, Trent park, and Myddleton house gardens. Enfield consists of many parks and green spaces that you can discover in every corner that you turn. Some of the borough's popular pubs and bars consist of the jolly farmers, the red lion, the goat, the rose and clown, etc. Pubs such as the Jolly farmers provide you a pub with a modern touch, heated decking area, classic comfort food and drinks and even Wi-Fi! If you want to experience some of Enfield's fine dining, then head down to some of its popular eateries such as Zaza, Enfield tandoori restaurant, chaside Indian restaurant, spitfire restaurant, and plenty more, providing you with authentic cuisine full of flavours.

If you're looking to avoid the frenetic city life, then head down to Capel manor gardens, the place where visions come true, and many memories linger. Explore over thirty acres of majestic greenery, bringing you closer to nature than ever before. At Capel manor gardens, there is plenty to discover and explore, keeping you on your feet all day. There are over sixty gardens that you can stroll through, each more beautiful than the last. Make sure to look out for the vibrant garden flower beds, wild plants, tropical plants, and herbal plants. Some of the most attractive fields in the park comprise the Diana memorial rose garden, the Japanese garden, sunflower Street, Victorian garden, and many more. The manor is available to hire for events and is a remarkable building. Observe the wildlife in the manor's miniature zoo with creatures such as meerkats, lemurs, owls, Alpacas, ponies, and wallabies. The manor consists of a terraced restaurant where you can find some unique dishes and a wide, wide range of drinks.

One of the borough's popular spots includes the Whitewebbs museum of transport. This is a fantastic place to go back in time and view some older age transport such as historic cars, motorcycles, a model railway exhibit, and plenty more. This is the ideal place to spend quality time with friends, family, or alone. Wander through the many interactive exhibits and put yourself in the shoes of a former chauffeur or driver and learn the history behind some of the amazing transport. Wander down the halls to discover life-sized fire engines, army trucks that were designed many years before. The museum consists of a gift shop where you can purchase a range of goods. Some items you can purchase from the gift shop include model toy cars, greeting cards, shirts, badges, Keyrings, and various other goods.

Explore the majestic forty halls and estate, which was home to many famous families such as lord mayor of London Sir Nicholas Rainton. As well as appealing text decorations, you'll find history returned to life through audio, exquisitely crafted period furniture, archaeological discoveries, architectural innovations, hands-on children's projects, and more! The museum offers a change of exhibitions and programs throughout the year, creating a fun and exciting atmosphere with plenty to learn and discover. Step inside Forty Hall and discover stunning decorative architecture, period furniture, paintings, artifacts, hands-on activities, and more. As you walk in, you will be offered a tour, or you can take your own path. The Forty hall museum has a gift shop with a range of different items such as cushions, toys, candles, aprons, and much more!

Places to eat in EnfieldPlaces to eat in Enfield, Restaurants in Enfield

Malone & Co Cafe Enfield
Malone & Co
Cafe Enfield
Tadim Turkish Enfield
Turkish Enfield
Papadelli Sandwich Bar Sandwich Shop Enfield
Papadelli Sandwich Bar
Sandwich Shop Enfield
Roosters Piri Piri Grill Enfield
Roosters Piri Piri
Grill Enfield
Wok With U Fast Food Enfield
Wok With U
Fast Food Enfield
Grill & Pierogi Enfield Polish Enfield
Grill & Pierogi Enfield
Polish Enfield

Places to drink in Enfield Places to drink in Enfield, Pubs and Bars in Enfield

The King's Head Pub/Bar Enfield
The King's Head
Pub/Bar Enfield
The Stag & Hounds Pub/Bar Enfield
The Stag & Hounds
Pub/Bar Enfield
Jolly Farmers Pub/Bar Enfield
Jolly Farmers
Pub/Bar Enfield
The Original George's Fish Bar Pub/Bar Enfield
The Original George's Fish Bar
Pub/Bar Enfield
The Ridgeway Tavern Pub/Bar Enfield
The Ridgeway Tavern
Pub/Bar Enfield
Lamb Pub/Bar Enfield
Pub/Bar Enfield

A brief history of EnfieldA brief history of Enfield

Enfield can follow its underlying foundations back to Roman occasions with a Roman settlement set up close to Ermine Street in Bush Hill Park, which would have been near the principal Roman street from London to York. By the eleventh Century, Enfield Town and the biggest settlement in the ward was a regulatory and strict focus. Enfield Town turned into a significant business district from an early date. In the fourteenth century, Edward the first conceded the main market contract giving the option to hold a week-by-week market at Enfield and two fairs yearly to Humphrey de Bohun, the Lord of the Manor of Enfield. Be that as it may, not long from now, the Black Death struck the area and executed one 10th of its populace.

Popular things to do in EnfieldPopular things to do in Enfield

Did you know?Did you know?

Enfield facilitated to bring the TV to life; the world's initial compact state circuitry colour televisions were mass-produced by Ferguson at the now-closed plant in Enfield.

Hidden gems of EnfieldThe hidden gems of Enfield

Some of Enfield’s hidden gems include the speciality museum, Broomfield park, bush hill park and many others waiting to be discovered by you!

Unique to EnfieldUnique to Enfield

Enfield is home to some famous figures such as Sir Anthony Berry, Abz Love, Adele and Andy Abraham.