Haringey has a wealth of interesting places to visit. Local landmarks include Alexandra Palace - the birthplace of television, with its surrounding unspoilt parkland for long walks and activities - and historic Bruce Castle Museum - a Grade I listed 16th Century manor house in 20 acres of parkland.
If you are interested in taking time out after a busy day, Haringey offers plenty in the way of entertainment through its pubs, clubs, cinemas, theatres and galleries.
Haringey is also a shopper's delight, with Shopping City in Wood Green and the boutiques, art and book shops in Crouch End and Muswell Hill offering a tempting selection of treats.
If greenery is more your style you can visit one of our Green Flag Award-winning parks, or visit Palm House, a greenhouse with tropical plants, water displays and animals at Wolves Lane Horticultural Nursery. Lee Valley Regional Park (external link) is also worth a visit. It's London's biggest open space, stretching 26 miles along the leafy banks of the River Lee and offering heritage sites, country parks, farms and more.
Check our What's On calendar to find out what's going on in venues around the borough, including shows, talks, exhibitions, family events and much more.
We have pulled together a selection of useful information to help you make the most of your visit to Haringey.
See below for links to the Visit London website - the official tourist organisation for London, which contains useful information on events, accommodation, attractions, restaurants and much more, as well as the Transport For London website to help you find your way around the area.
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