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Art deco in Rayners Lane

Rayners Lane, in the north-west London borough of Harrow, takes its name from a long and winding road in the area that runs from Pinner to Eastcote. Most of the neighbourhood is built around the Tube station. It links both the Metropolitan and Piccadilly lines so is well connected to the rest of London.

One of the most striking buildings is the art deco former cinema, whose front resembles an elephant's trunk. It's now used as a centre of worship for members of the Zoroastrian faith.

Walk to Harrow on the Hill

If you want to enjoy a pleasant stroll through Harrow, go via the West Harrow Recreation Ground to Harrow on the Hill. It's a particularly picturesque district of winding Victorian roads and quaint shops, pubs and tearooms.

Stately school buildings line the High Street as it's where you'll find the famous boys' public school attended by seven former British Prime Ministers, including Winston Churchill and Robert Peel.

Feel the roar of the crowd at Wembley

Watch the action unfurl on the hallowed turf at Wembley Stadium, whether you're cheering on the England football team, watching a play-off final or catching an NFL game. If you don't have tickets for a match, why not take a tour of the stadium, going behind the scenes of the England dressing room, players' tunnel and press room?

Looking for a cheap hotel Near Rayners Lane? Both Travelodge London Harrow Hotel and Travelodge London Northolt Hotel are around two miles away.