Attractions and Places to Visit in Enfield

Steeped in history, Enfield has some of the finest country scenery to be found so close to London - and with fantastic views across the capital too. Forty Hall, Enfield's Jacobean mansion and Capel Manor are both worth a visit.
There’s a lot more to energetic, eclectic Enfield than just a famous football team. What’s more, it’s one of the cheapest places in London to rent. This friendly area in North-West London has a rich history, great restaurants, plenty of shops and loads of cool things to do nearby including historic manor houses to visit and even a white-water rafting centre. With prices slightly lower than other areas of London you’ll get a lot more for your money here. Connections on the Piccadilly Line and the soon-to-arrive Overground mean quick connections to the City too. The attractions of the borough of London are eye-catching. Here you can take a look at Capel Manor Gardens, Lee Valley White Water Centre, Chicken Shed Theatre, Forty Hall and many more..

The Dugdale

The Dugdale

The Dugdale is a bustling arts centre located in the heart of Enfield Town. With a 139-seat studio theatre, the Museum of Enfield and Local Archives, a suite of conference rooms for hire, an Art Gallery and a cafe the Dugdale is a hub of activity the year round.
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Museums in Enfield

Museums

Step into the Hall to admire the fine architecture and stunning period rooms. Enjoy learning about the history of Forty Hall Estate through the ages and about the life of original owner Sir Nicholas Rainton.
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The Whitewebbs Museum of Transport

The Whitewebbs Museum of Transport

Each year, everyone bringing along a classic for display at the Enfield Pageant receives a special commemorative model as a thank you. There are always a few left for sale to other enthusiasts when the show has ended.
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