About the area
The London Borough of Barnet is a suburban London borough in North London, with some districts within North West London forming part of Outer London. It is the second largest London borough by population. The borough of Barnet was officially founded in the middle of the XX century. It took in some territories of the Middlesex and Hertfordshire counties. Barnet has nine twin cities all over the world, in particular, Barnet in Vermont.
The borough of Barnet has a great number of parks. In particular, it is a home to around 36,000 trees. Many of them have the Green Flag award, which means they have very high standards. Hampstead Heath is probably one of the most popular parks in London. They are all looked after by the council and they regularly receive a tree health check. Each tree's details are stored in a database. Barnet has the second highest tree population in London.
When it comes to the history of the area, we recommend visiting the Barnet Museum. It was opened in 1938 and is absolutely free.
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