Get to the heart of the matter in Harefield
Located in the borough of Hillingdon and less than 20 miles from central London, the village of Harefield is perhaps best known for being the home of Harefield Hospital, where numerous pioneering heart surgery techniques have been developed. The village is mentioned in the Domesday Book, and in 2015, the Grade II listed Harefield House was used a filming location for the BBC’s adaptation of Agatha Christie’s 'And Then There Were None'.
Sample life in days gone by at Chiltern Open Air Museum
A short drive from Harefield is the Chiltern Open Air Museum, Near Chalfont St Giles in Buckinghamshire. Founded in 1976, it features numerous buildings from the area that were moved here to preserve them for posterity; they would otherwise have been demolished and forgotten. Among the exhibits are historic farm buildings and a 1940s prefab. Visitors can step inside and experience what life might have been like for previous inhabitants.
Make you way to Wembley
Wembley is within an easy drive or train journey from Harefield. Visitors can book a tour of the stadium, catch a match or other event, or splash the cash in the London Designer Outlet, which is located just next door.
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