Family-friendly surroundings with a relaxed atmosphere
"Pretty Victorian terraces within Wood Green's conservation areas give it a family atmosphere..."Katy Brookes
"You can be at King's Cross in less then 20 minutes from Arnos Grove Station..."Ben Connolly
"It's really easy to get into central London on the Piccadilly line from Wood Green Station."Mumzad Soobhany
Where do Bowes Park locals go?
A truly authentic Greek family restaurant that is very welcoming and with amazing, generous portions.
Submitted by Kostas
A great road full of so many different cuisines that goes on for miles. Great Turkish restaurants!
Submitted by Alexandra
Ye Olde Cherry Tree
This charming pub is a former coaching inn and it also has a pretty beer garden that is perfect on summer evenings.
Submitted by Ben
Pitch and Putt, Alexandra Park
Enjoy a round or two with your friends and family and the stunning views of London too!
Submitted by Aaron
The Walker Ground
A multi-functional sports ground with a bar. They also have an amazing fireworks display here on bonfire night!
Submitted by Ben
The Laboratory Spa & Health Club
A beautiful, airy, bright gym with a spa and a fresh water swimming pool, which means no stinging eyes and great for children! They also put on excellent exercise classes too and there's no minimum contract.
Submitted by Claire
An impressive music venue hosting great bands such as Slayer, to Jack White, to the Prodigy!
Submitted by Kevin
This cafe serves amazing English and American breakfasts, homemade cakes, lunch and brunch. It has great staff and a picturesque location overlooking Princess Park Manor and there's late night opening on selected weekends, where they serve classic hot dogs.
Submitted by Adam
North London's best curry house and probably north London's best kept secret. It's a small restaurant and takeaway on Turnpike Lane that prepares freshly made curries!
Submitted by Mumzad
Harris + Hoole
As well as the usual coffee and cakes, they sell delicious iced coffee when the weather is warmer.
Submitted by Daisy
The Salisbury Arms
Burger night every Wednesday at The Salisbury Arms. £9.00 for a burger, onion rings, fries and a drink!
Submitted by Alexandra
Why do you find Bowes Park a great place to live?
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Did you know?
"Alexandra Palace, or 'Ally Pally' as it is affectionately known, was built as an exhibition hall in 1873. However, it burnt down only a few days after its inauguration and was rebuilt in the following 2 years."
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Child-friendly activities near Bowes Park
Le Club Frere JacquesMuswell Hill club
Le Club Frère Jacques specialises in teaching French to children aged from 3 - 11. Our aim is to encourage a positive attitude towards learning languages which will equip pupils to succeed in their future schools. Above all we make French fun and easy to learn. In order to make the child participate there are various activities such as games, songs, rhymes and role playing which cater for a relatively short attention span. Children are always actively involved 4:00-4:30pm for 3-7 year olds 4:35-5:05pm for 7-11 year olds Website
Junior CinemaCineworld, Wood Green Shopping City,
Want to introduce your children to the exciting world of cinema? Then get involved with Movies For Juniors, discounted weekly screenings of kids films at Cineworld Cinemas. Mon-Thurs, 10.10am: Shaun the Sheep the Movie, Mon-Thurs, 10.20am: Annie, Mon-Thurs 10am: Big Hero 6 Website
Under 5s singingAlexandra Park Library
3o minutes of Traditional Nursery Rhymes and Songs. Website
Baby read and rhyme timeSouth Friern Library
30 minute session of nursery rhymes and songs for non-walking babies and their carers. Sessions take place weekly on Mondays during term time Website
Baby Rhyme Time Toddler Read and Rhyme and Story ExplorersSouth Friern Library
Parent and Toddler Group at St Peter le PoerSt Peter le Poer
The session starts with free play for the children and we come together at 10.45am for singing, birthday celebrations, fruit and juice. While the parents enjoy a hot drink the children sit down to do a simple craft activity, usually involving a lot of glue and glitter and sometimes some paint! We clear up together at 11.30am and then bring out the cars, trikes and scooters for a final charge around the spacious hall and to make sure everyone is really tired and ready for lunch by midday. Website
Fun in the ForestColdfall Woods
Fun In The Forest aims to encourage children and their families to swap some of their screen time for some wild time. Our sessions include activities that encourage creativity, self-led discovery and independence - invaluable life skills. Website
About Bowes Park
Bowes Park is situated on the borders of Wood Green, Palmers Green and Bounds Green in London, England. The postcode for Bowes Park is N22. The border between the London boroughs of Enfield and Haringey goes through the area. Bowes Park is served by mainline rail through Bowes Park station, London Underground through Bounds Green tube and bus services along Green Lanes and through Bounds Green crossroads.
Local Estate Agencies
Why not explore some other local areas:
- Bounds Green
- Palmers Green
- Arnos Grove
- Wood Green
- Friern Barnet
- Muswell Hill
- Winchmore Hill
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