Local Landmarks in Haringey

 
Highgate Cemetery Highgate
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Tours £8 (£4 concs). Highgate Cemetery has been open since 1839, and was built to meet London's lack of burial space at a time of high mortality. Architect Stephen Geary appoin...

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The Clocktower Crouch End

This central, red-brick landmark was originally built in 1895 - by public subscription - as a memorial to Henry Reader Williams. Williams was a local wine merchant and councillor...

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The Old School House Hornsey

The Old School House was built in 1848, and is one of the oldest buildings in N8. It was originally built by the Rector of Hornsey to house the Infants School. Today it houses...

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All Hallows Church Tottenham
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The Medieval All Hallows Church is Haringey's oldest building - dating back to Norman times. Originally built as All Saints Church in the 12th century it was later changed to All...

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Tottenham Cemetery Tottenham

Tucked away behind Bruce Castle and All Hallows Church, the atmospheric Tottenham Cemetery dates back to 1858 and was designed by George Pritchett. This large cemetery has burials...

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Markfield Beam Engine South Tottenham

The Markfield Beam Engine - a 100 horsepower beam pumping engine - was built in 1886. It is housed in its original Grade II listed Engine House, in the former sewage treatment...

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Hornsey Town Hall Crouch End

Hornsey Town Hall - in the centre of Crouch End - was designed by RH Uren in 1933 and opened in 1935. It was the UK's first significant public modernist building and is a Grade II...

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Alexandra Palace Alexandra Palace Way Alexandra Palace

Concerts, pitch & putt, ice rink, exhibition space, The Sandra Pepper School of Dance, soft play, boating lake (with pedalos), park, playground, skateboard ramp, farmers market,...

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Jacksons Lane Highgate
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The distinctive Jacksons Lane is a multi-arts venue across the road from Highgate tube station. Housed in a striking red-bricked gothic church conversion, the building is home to...

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Moselle River Walk Borough wide

Haringey's Moselle River meanders from its true source in Queen's Wood, through Priory Park, Wood Green, Lordship Recreation Ground, Tottenham Cemetery (pictured), Down Lane Park...

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Bruce Castle Bruce Castle Tottenham
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Bruce Castle is a Grade I listed 16th Century manor house in 20 acres of parkland. William Compton - a member of Henry VIII's court, built the oldest surviving parts of the buildi...

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Kenwood House North London

Family activities in the Orangery. Explorer backpacks for kids and a kids' trail around the historic house. Kenwood House, on the border of Highgate and Hampstead, is also known...

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