About the area
Enfield is the former hunting ground to the Kings of England. It is as rich in history as it is in present-day entertainment with a wide choice of events, theatres, cinemas, and sports facilities. Delve into the past and follow in the footsteps of writers such as Thomas Hardy and John Keats, who spent most of his early years in Enfield and Edmonton. Uncover the borough's history at Forty Hall Museum and take a stroll around its magnificent estate. The borough is renowned for its glorious gardens including those at Capel Manor, which cover 30 acres and feature the Japanese historic and disabled persons' garden. For the more adventurous, Trent Country Park offers walking, cycling, and fishing in the magnificent Green Belt countryside.
The borough of Enfield is situated approximately 12 miles north of Inner London. It is the capital’s most northern borough. The area used to be a busy market town with a history going back as far as the beginning of the XIV century.
Enfield offers its visitors a mix of countryside, parks, markets, and shopping centres.
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