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Home to the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter and Cassiobury Park, Watford is a town northwest of London.

Fun fact: Bradley Walsh (actor, comedian, and television presenter), Neil Mullarkey (actor best known as playing Austin Powers), and KSI (rapper, actor, boxer, and YouTube personality) are all from Watford.



Restaurants, Cafés, Gastropubs, and Bars

The Barracuda is a restaurant in Watford who can serve you Italian, mediterranean, and British cuisines. When it comes to Turkish restaurants, Derwish and Opuz Kitchen are there for you to try out and explore. If you’re craving something Mexican or Brazilian, Las Iguanas restaurant is ready for you. Or maybe it’s a Lebanese, mediterranean restaurant you require. Walk over to Nana’s or Tarboush for the meal you deserve.

Go on and scope out the Nascot Arms, a Thai gastropub here in Watford. There are so many other gastropubs including the Golden Lion, No. 8, the Boot, the Estcourt Arms, the Horns, and the Southern Cross. Or how about a traditional pub? The Rifle Volunteer has got a drink with your name on it.




Landmarks and Activities

Watford is home to the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter. There you can explore all of the props, costumes, settings, and more the film tour has to offer. While experiencing the Wizarding World of Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts, you can visit the Great Hall, the Forbidden Forest, the Hogwarts Express, the Dursley’s, Gringotts Bank, and Diagon Alley (to name a few).

Love your football? Vicarage Road Stadium is where you can find Watford Football Club.

The Watford Museum teaches you about local history, industry, and archaeology and is free admission!

When you’re in need of entertainment, the Watford Palace Theatre will provide you with stage performance after stage performance, pantomime after pantomime.

I hope you like your fun sports! Hollywood Bowl and West Herts Golf Club are just around the corner. No-one can say no to a game of bowling or golf with friends.







Green Spaces

You’ll find the Grand Union Canal the nature reserve, Cassiobury Park. They have a miniature railway, tennis courts, croquet club, park, paddling pools, and footpaths for walks and dog walks.

Bhaktivedanta Manor - Hare Krishna Temple is a beautiful religious temple with a shrine, retreats, cookery classes, talks, yoga, and meditation. Outside of the manor house lies farmlands, gardens, and footpaths for walks.

King George V Playing Fields is an action packed playing fields. There are football pitches, a field, a park, a parkour facility, a skate park, and a basketball court ready for the fun to begin.

Would you like a relaxing walk through beautiful gardens? Cheslyn House and Gardens is a lovely place explore.

Ebury Way will provide you with trails for biking and walking along the River Colne.





Saint Anthony's Catholic Primary School is for 3-11 year olds.

Field Junior School and Nascot Wood Junior School are community junior schools for 7-11 year olds.

Parmiter's Secondary School, Queens' School, and Saint Michael’s Catholic High School are academy converter secondary schools for 11-18 year olds.

When it comes to close universities in the area, you have quite a few to choose from. There’s Brunel University London, Harrow College Uxbridge College (HCUC), and West Herts College. Are you really into your films and TV? The National Film and Television School (NFTS) is just around the corner!