Recently renovated, this leisure centre set in a historic Grade II listed building has a swimming pool and a gym.
Submitted by Samuel
Really good burgers, brilliant milkshakes and onion rings from a hidden shack at the back of Pizza East.
Submitted by Samuel
Excellent views of London's skyline, where you can see St Paul's Cathedral, the Shard and the Gherkin. A great place to be when the sun is out!
Submitted by Pavel
With a menu of freshly prepared lunch and dinner dishes, this place does a great sirloin steak and pepper sauce!
Submitted by Andrew
A gastro pub with substantial breakfast, lunch and dinner menus, as well as a large selection of beers and ales.
Submitted by Dominic
A rustic Mediterranean restaurant open from 7am! Grab breakfast in the morning and more traditional Middle-Eastern fare in the evening.
Submitted by Hannah
The best European restaurant in London serving gluten free alternatives and delicious pizzas!
Submitted by Local
An independent, not that busy, bright gym with lots of windows and natural light, offering good classes and lovely staff too.
Submitted by Claire
Affording one of the best views of London, Hampstead Heath is certainly a peaceful spot to look at the skyline in all its glory!
Submitted by Ed
Tucked away just off Millfield Lane, it is a lovely quiet place to go and relax and walk - and even better when it is sunny!
Submitted by Harriet
For music lovers there is the famous Roundhouse venue, which has amazing views from anywhere inside and great sound for a brilliant night out!
Submitted by Lisa
From the outside, Anima e Cuore looks like a gelateria and café, but this teeny tiny restaurant serves amazing Italian food at a very reasonable price. The menu is read by the waiters and changed daily. It books up very fast and it's BYOB!
Submitted by Alex
Wandering through one of the many stalls in Camden Market, there's always something to catch the eye!
Submitted by Lisa
A little taste of Africa. Great ambience, incredible South African Zulu statues and if that doesn't win you over, the all day 2-4-1 cocktails will!
Submitted by Trish
Did you know?
"World renowned poet John Keats lived on the border and was inspired by Hampstead Heath - he is thought to have penned Ode to a Nightingale after hearing birdsong whilst in the Spaniards Inn."
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Rhythms and RhymesNordoff Robbins London Centre
Rhythms and Rhymes is a weekly music group for mums and babies (dads and carers also welcome) run by the music therapy experts at Nordoff Robbins. The sessions are an opportunity for you and your baby to join in with familiar nursery rhymes, using musical toys, so you can enjoy shared creative play in a relaxed and supportive environment. Website
Kentish Town City Farm
As a city farm in London, we are dedicated to helping people learn about animals, food, nature and the environment. Our unique setting includes farm animals, wildlife pond, community gardens, allotments and a multi-purpose farm building. The Farm has several programmes for organisations working with children. Website
RUGGERBUGSGospel Oak Primary School
RUGGERBUGS is a fun and exciting pre-school sports development programme based around non-contact rugby for girls and boys, aged 18 months to Six years. It is designed to promote a fun and positive attitude to sport and fitness from an early age. The current initial cost to join is £74.99 (including P&P) per child. This includes Annual Membership, RUGGERBUGS kit and first 4 weeks of RUGGERBUGS sessions. Thereafter payment is £30.35 payable by monthly Direct Debit. £8 trial session available. Website
Mini Beat Music with CarolineBlackfriars Hall St Dominic's Priory
Come and join me and have lots of fun with a great selection of favourite songs and plenty of new ones on the guitar. I am an independent children's musician with years of experience working with children of all abilities and disabilities. I am not part of any Franchise and my sessions are completely individual and packed with spontaneity always open to requests. Website
After School Pottery ClubKentish Town City Farm
There are regular workshops and activities - the farm even has its own classroom - aimed at the under 5's and at children up to 14 years old, some of which are free and run on a drop-in basis. After school clubs include pottery and cookery workshops where all ages are welcome and there are holiday and weekend activities too. Website
Trampolining SessionsTalacre Sports Centre
Family Trampolining sessions for all the family on Sundays 1-3pm. Drop-in only. Please arrive 15 minutes before to secure your place.
Parent and Toddlers GroupGospel Oak Childrens Centre
We now offer a free drop-in on Thursdays, fun activites suitable for 4 years and under, we also have (weather permitting) outdoor play activities, refreshments for kids and carers and sensory and Soft play rooms available for use during the drop-in times
Gospel Oak is an inner urban area of north London in the London Borough of Camden below Hampstead Heath. It is bordered by the more affluent areas of Belsize Park to the west, Kentish Town to the south, Eastern Hampstead to the North and Dartmouth Park and Tufnell Park to the east. Gospel Oak railway station is served by London Overground (formerly Silverlink) services on the North London Line and the Gospel Oak to Barking line.
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