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Queen's Park

Classic period architecture adds character to this welcoming suburb

"Lovely residential roads flanked by period homes and pretty green spaces make Queen's Park a desirable place to live."

Oliver Browne

"There's lots of change along Kilburn High Road that's exciting to see!"

John Wybar

"Kilburn Station's Jubilee line service is a speedy way to get into town and Canary Wharf."

Danielle Toland

What is your favourite place?

Where do Queen's Park locals go?

Cocodelic

I love my Caribbean food and Cocodelic is the best in the area; bare in mind we have a fair few restaurants around serving the same type of food.

Paradise

'Paradise By Way of Kensal Green', to give it's full name, is a British restaurant, bar and club all rolled into one. Don't miss out on the burger!

The Tricycle

A fantastic theatre away from the West End showing outstanding original productions. Well worth a visit. Also has a cinema and a bar.

Queens Park Books

Which other area In London can still be proud to have a charming independent local book store?

The Lexi Cinema

A great Indie cinema run by volunteers showing mainstream films and live opera. All their proceeds go to charity too.

Small & Beautiful

Cheap and cheerful. Delicious continental menu that barely dents the wallet. Great mussels and pizza. Bonus points for also doing takeaway!

The Salusbury Winestore

Sit down with a glass of red, white or rosé and read the brand new book you bought from the local book store.

Oxbridge Tuition

A constant source of highly intelligent Oxford and Cambridge graduates willing to tutor for far less than the going rate.

The Black Lion

A lovely period pub, restaurant and guesthouse. Beautiful décor and very friendly.

Queen's Park Farmers' Market

In the grounds of Salusbury Primary School, great on Sundays for breakfast or lunch. Lots of fresh produce and a great mix of delicious food options.

The Masons Arms

A fantastic pub with an amazing garden, Sunday roasts, summer barbecues, DJs, quizzes and comedy nights. A lovely community feel.

Dock Kitchen

From its striking setting in a Victorian canalside building, to the fresh and seasonal dishes, this restaurant is perfect for a romantic evening meal.

Little Bay

Serving European food, this delightful little restaurant has an early bird menu too.

The Cocoa Exchange

Handmade chocolates in sumptuous surroundings, this shop is the perfect place to pick up a special sweet treat for chocolate lovers.

Sparkle O'Hara

A fabulous vintage and new clothes store run by a lovely lady, selling beautiful jewellery too. Everything is sold at an amazing price!

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Why not explore the nearby areas of Brondesbury, Kensal Green, Kilburn, South Hampstead, Willesden Green, Westbourne Park, Maida Vale, West Hampstead, Ladbroke Grove and Harlesden

What do you love about Queen's Park?

Why do you find Queen's Park a great place to live?

Deveena

"I love Queens Park for the village feel it has and the award winning Sunday farmers market. Oh and the wonderful royal park!"

February 2015

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"The Greek revival chapel at Kensal Green cemetery is equipped with hydraulic lifts to take the deceased down to the catacombs, including such illustrious figures as Isambard Kingdom Brunel, WH Smith of the high street chain fame and perhaps most strangely General James Barry - who was discovered upon his death to have been a woman."

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  1. About Queen's Park

    Queen's Park is an area of North West London divided between the London Borough of Brent and the City of Westminster. The main thoroughfare of the area is Salusbury Road with Queen's Park station at one end and Brondesbury Park railway station at the other. The northern half of Queen's Park was developed around the eponymous park between 1895 and 1905 by developer Solomon Barnett, who developed much of Kilburn. The two-story terraced houses east of the park, developed between 1895 and 1900, typically have clean, classical lines. Those west of the park, developed between 1900 and 1905, tend to be more Gothic in style. Salusbury Road has an increasing number of shops, pubs, cafes and restaurants.

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