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Places of interest

St Andrew's is one of London's finest Victorian churches; originally built in the West End, it was demolished stone by stone and rebuilt in Kingsbury in 1934. Other places of interest include the Sri Saddhatissa International Buddhist Centre and the Veteran's Club in Roe Green Park, where television signals were first received from abroad.

Family fun and things to do

Visit the Royal Air Force Museum London. With free admission, learn about the history of aviation, from the earliest balloon flight to the latest Eurofighter. With a world-class collection of over 100 aircraft, aviation and wartime memorabilia, and an awe-inspiring sound and light show to recreate the Battle of Britain, it's a great day out for all the family. Two miles from Kingsbury is the iconic Wembley Stadium, home of English football. Watch a match, attend a concert, or get a behind-the-scenes tour that the kids'll never forget.

Beautiful countryside

Many visitors to Kingsbury are surprised by its proximity to stunning countryside. Fryent Country Park consists of 250 acres of unspoilt countryside amidst the suburbs of North London. A designated nature reserve, its meadows, ponds, lakes, hedges and woodland are home to over 800 species of wildlife. The Nearby Welsh Harp Reservoir is 170 hectares of open water, marshes, trees and grassland; now designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest, it's a great place for a spot of bird and boat watching.