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See another side of north London in Neasden

Found in north-west London and part of the borough of Brent, Neasden is believed to feature in records as far back as AD 939. The area has some diverse claims to fame, with it being included in an episode of cult cartoon Danger Mouse, featuring regularly in satirical magazine Private Eye and also being home to one of the biggest and most beautiful Hindu temples outside of the India, the stunning BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir.

Enjoy football history and retail therapy

Whatever your reason for visiting Neasden, you will find much to do in the local area. As well as exploring its incredible local temple, you can also find out more about the history of English football with a tour of the Nearby Wembley Stadium. Alternatively, anyone planning to shop until they drop will be in their element at the Brent Cross Shopping Centre, which is believed to be home to more than 2,000 top brands.

Relaxing walks, fine art and flying

If you're looking to do something a little more relaxing, head across to Hampstead Heath for a stroll and also to explore the fine art collection which can be found at Kenwood House. Aviation enthusiasts will also love the Nearby Royal Air Force Museum, which is home to a range of fantastic exhibits and a number of stunning aircraft. Looking for a cheap hotel Near Neasden? Travelodge London Wembley Hotel is a great option close to the area, while Travelodge London Cricklewood Hotel also offers fantastic great value accommodation.