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Hendon’s main claim to fame is in flying. One part of the Hendon Aerodrome is now the RAF Museum and another part is used as Hendon Police College. Hendon Hall, built in 1756, is the last remaining of the grand houses. Hendon War Memorial was moved to its present location in 1962.
 
 
 
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Church Farmhouse Museum
The Church Farmhouse Museum is filled with interesting artefacts that have been collected over a period of many years and relate to the Hendon area. The collection has mainly been assembled with the help of local enthusiasts and volunteers...
 
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Jewish Military Museum
This museum is run by the Association of Jewish Ex-Servicemen and Women and was established to commemorate the brave contribution that British Jews have made to the Armed Forces over two centuries. There are well over a thousand artefacts...
 
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Royal Air Force Museum
Take off to the Royal Air Force Museum London and soar through the history of aviation. Gaze at a world-class collection of over 100 aircraft. The Aeronauts Interactive Centre offers hands-on entertainment and education for all. The...
 
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Brent Archive   (Approx 1 Miles)
Directly opposite Gladstone Park, this small but important archive library is an invaluable aid for scholars of local history. Reams of historical documents including censuses, maps and newspapers can be accessed for research and study purposes. The library also hosts...
 
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Cricklewood Pumping Station   (Approx 2 Miles)
Dating from 1905, this intriguing structure was once responsible for all the water pre-pumped from the Thames to areas as far as Hampstead and Hendon. In days gone by it was common to see clouds of sooty smoke billowing from...
 
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Dollis Hill Synagogue   (Approx 1 Miles)
Sir Owen Williams was probably a bit miffed when the congregation of Dollis Hill Synagogue lambasted his design on the building’s unveiling in 1938. The architect, who had a hand in the design of Wembley Stadium and the M1 motorway,...
 
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GPO Research Station   (Approx 2 Miles)
This attractive building is now a private residential estate, but has a fascinating history. Established in 1914 as a research centre for the General Post Office, it played a role in the deciphering of the German Enigma code during...
 
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Golders Hill Park   (Approx 2 Miles)
This lovely neighbourhood park has something for everyone. For sporty types, there are trails for jogging as well as tennis courts and lots of open spaces for playing games. For the kids, there’s a playground and a small zoo. For...
 
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London Jewish Cultural Centre   (Approx 2 Miles)
This Jewish cultural centre is a fine place to visit if you are Jewish or want to learn more about the culture of the Jewish people. The centre offers a massive range of programmes that visitors can enrol in...
 
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Mosque of Brent   (Approx 2 Miles)
This Mosque of Brent is a large Islamic centre and place of worship on the edge of Cricklewood and Willesden in north west London. The beautiful building has some of the finest minarets in this area of London and...
 
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Paddock Secret Bunker   (Approx 2 Miles)
Codenamed "The Paddock", these were the ultra-secret cabinet war rooms built in 1939 for Churchill and the government as an alternative to the more famous Cabinet War Rooms in Westminster. Dug 40 feet below the ground and on 2...
 
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St Mary and St Andrew   (Approx 2 Miles)
This small but pretty church overlooking Gladstone Park has a distinctive bell tower out front. The Parish of St Andrew and St Mary was established in 1927 but it wasn’t until 1933 that the present building was constructed. The surrounding...
 
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Stephens Collection   (Approx 2 Miles)
Dr. Henry Stephens invented a strange blue and black writing fluid in 1832 which was quickly developed into the ink that we use today. His family company became one of the leading players in the manufacture and development of...
 
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