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The charming multicultural suburb of Kenton

Located to the north-east of Harrow, Kenton is one of the less well-known suburbs of London, but that's not to say it isn't a great place to visit. This expansive area of outer London came to life with the arrival of the railways, with most of the housing built between the wars. These days, Kenton is very popular with upwardly mobile members of the Asian community.

Visit the iconic Wembley Stadium

Two and a half miles from Kenton Station, the new Wembley Stadium, built in 2007, is now as iconic as the original. Home to some of the most important matches on the football calendar, Wembley opens its doors to eager football fans young and old, offering the opportunity to see the view from the Royal Box and the dressing rooms of the famous players.

Remember those who risked their lives at Bentley Priory Museum

Quarter of an hour from Kenton, in Stanmore, Bentley Priory Museum offers a unique, interactive way of celebrating the heroes of World War Two, in a building once belonging to the RAF during the conflict. Families must follow trails, tick off clues and find hidden gems scattered around the museum, and children can sit inside a life-size replica Spitfire cockpit.

Planning a trip to Kenton? Travelodge London Harrow Hotel is less than a mile from the station, and Travelodge London Wembley High Road Hotel is under three miles away.