Walthamstow formerly Wilcumestowe or Wilcumestou is an area within the London borough of Waltham Forest, London, England, United Kingdom. It lies northeast of Charing Cross near Chingford, Edmonton, Leyton, Leytonstone
, South Tottenham, Tottenham and Woodford. It forms part the 20th century London Plan as one of the 35 prime centers of Greater London. The district is famous for its cultural heritage, shopping centers and wealthy economy.
Attractions within WalthamstowLea Valley Experience Museum
is a family friendly museum located at 10 South Access Road, Walthamstow, London, England, United Kingdom. The venue showcases items about the rail industry's history and development in Walthamstow from 1880s and onwards. Lea Valley Walk
is highly recommended for locals and tourist alike. It is located at Ferry Lane, Walthamstow, London, England, United Kingdom. The walk is popular for making everyone see several picturesque sceneries in the area i.e., Wathamstow's riverbanks, marshland and reservoirs. Waltham Forest Collection
is housed within the Town Hall along Forest Road, Walthamstow, London, England. The venue showcases large number of documents and items connected to the area and its locals' history and development throughout history. Walthamstow Bowls Centre
homes a large Bowling Green facility that is very much accessible to public as it is located within the famous Lloyd Park in Walthamstow. The facility hosts games usually by several local clubs. William Morris Gallery
can be found within a 17th century mansion in Llyod Park, Forest Road, London, England, United Kingdom. The Gallery features works i.e., carpets, furnitures, rugs, wallpapers and etcetera by England's finest designers.