Finchley is a popular area within the London Borough of Barnet, Greater London Ceremonial County, England. The district lies north of Charing Cross. Its earliest recorded history was dated sometime during the 13th century. The town is famous for its colorful history, cultural heritage and charming sights.
The areas of Friern Barnet, Hendon, Highgate, Golders Green, Mill Hill, Totteridge and Whetstone are not far from Finchley. Vehicle driving visitors may take the prime roads A1 and or the A406 North Circular Road to reach it.
Artsdepot can be found in 5 Nether Street, Tally Ho, Barnet, London, England. It is a multi purpose centre with theatres, studios, a gallery and cafe. The establishment also offers educational courses to people of all age and hosts several performances throughout the year.
Avenue House is a Grade II listed Victorian Manor. It is located along East End Road, Finchley, Barnet, England. Its wonderful architectural style and grounds made it one of the popular places people visit in Finchley. The house today is open for events hosting such as weddings, conferences, parties and so on.
College Farm located along Regents Park Road is a city farm known for its charming sights, pet and equestrian store as well as for being the last farm in Finchley.
The Phoenix Cinema first opened its doors to public sometime in 1910 under the name East Finchley Picturedrome that primarily features art films. The cinema still runs today. Its address is 52 High Road, East Finchley N2 9PJ. V
Victoria Park is a 17 acres award winning Public Park that is located at Church End, Finchley, Barnet, England. The park's facilities include six tennis courts to day, a cafe, playgrounds, vast grassland and wonderful ornamental gardens.