Explore the quirky architecture of Perivale
Situated in the London Borough of Ealing, a stone's throw from Wembley, the suburb of Perivale has a history tracing back to ancient England. Its oldest relic, St Mary the Virgin Church, dates back to the 12th century.
Nearby, Perivale is also home to another architectural quirk, the art deco Hoover Building. Built in 1930s, it's one of Perivale's most stunning buildings and well worth a look while you're walking around the suburb.
Tour the Grand Union Canal
The Grand Union Canal acts as a nature corridor through London, and it links Perivale with neighbouring suburbs between Bull's Bridge and Paddington.
Head down to Perivale Wood to join the canal tow path and walk to Greenford, home to Brent Valley Park and a number of large golf courses.
Retrace the steps of sporting greats at Wembley Stadium
20 minutes from Perivale by car, Wembley Stadium has played host to years of England home games and the FA Cup Final, as well as sporting events from the NFL to boxing matches.
Visit Wembley to tour the stadium and retrace the steps of footballing heroes. Experience the Players Tunnel, the England Dressing Room and the Press Room, and see historical treasures including the 1966 World Cup crossbar.
Planning a trip to Perivale? Travelodge London Wembley Hotel is a stone's throw from the stadium, while Travelodge London Park Royal Hotel is less than 10 minutes down the road on the A40.