Enfield and Tottenham Location Guide


Enfield and Tottenham Overview


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Enfield and Tottenham are vibrant areas with wonderful multicultural communities which can be seen in the number of different eateries in the area. These areas also have a good number of green spaces, so whether you’re looking to relax after a day of hustle and bustle or if you want to kick a ball around, Enfield and Tottenham provide plenty of space in order to do that!


Travel information


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Both Enfield and Tottenham have a wide range of transport options if you want to get around London as well as outside of London. Enfield and Tottenham have a number of London Underground, Overground and National Rail stations, some of these include, Seven Sisters, White Hart Lane, Tottenham Hale and Enfield Town which can take you to places such as Oxford Circus, Euston and Green Park.

There are also a large number of buses that cover Enfield and Tottenham and some of these include the bus route numbers 123, 192 and 313 which can take you to locations such as Ilford, Tottenham Hale and Chingford Station.


old enfield photo

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Enfield used to be a group of settlements which were united by 1 church, which by the High Middle Ages in 1303 included a small agrarian market town, hamlets spread around the royal hunting grounds of Enfield Chase.

Tottenham is believed to have been named after Tota, a farmer, whose hamlet was stated in the Domesday Book. ‘Tota’s hamlet’, it is thought, developed into ‘Tottenham’. The settlement was recorded in the Domesday Book as Toteham. It is not related to Tottenham Court Road in Central London, though the two names share a similar-sounding root.

There have been many notable people from Enfield and Tottenham throughout the years.

Some of these include:

• Skepta
• Josiah Forster
• Russell Kane
• John Dalton (musician)
• Jake Livermore

Local attractions

Enfield and Tottenham both have a wide range of activities that you can par take in, from watching football at the Tottenham Stadium to visiting Whitewebbs Museum of Transport, you will always have something to do!

Tottenham Hotspur – Tottenham Stadium


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If you’re a fan of Tottenham Hotspur or you just fancy watching one of the top teams in England, then you should definitely get some tickets and go to the Tottenham Stadium!

For more information click here

Trent Park

Trent Park

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From huge fields for playing games, to an animal sanctuary that you can go see, to forests and beautiful lakes, Trent Park has everything you could want to see.

For more information cick here

Whitewebbs Museum of Transport

Whitewebbs transport museum

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Whitewebbs Museum of Transport offers a range of exhibitions, activities and vehicles for visitors of all ages. So if you have an interest in the history of transport, this is one of the places you should visit whilst in London!

For more information click here

Chickenshed Theatre

Chickenshed theatre

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If you’re looking to watch a live show, from pantomime to comedy then Chickenshed Theatre is the place to be. It was founded in a disused chicken shed and has now become one of the best places to see theatre locally!

For more information click here

Accommodation in Enfield or Tottenham

If you are interested in booking a homestay in Enfield or Tottenham (Zone 3 & 4+), click here to apply.


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