Address: St Peter's Church, Grange Park, N21 1DN

Opening times: 10am until 4pm

Travelling by Train: 

The venue is 3 mins walk from Grange Park Train Station.

Take the Victoria or Piccadilly Line and change onto the overground line at Highbury & Islington or Finsbury Park.

The journey from Kings Cross is under 30 mins with one change.

Travelling by Tube & Bus:

You can take the Piccadilly line direct to Southgate Station and then catch the W9 bus. Alight at Grange Park Train Station.

Travelling by Car:

If you are coming by car there is free on street park in the residential streets around the venue. 

Local Attractions:

Our venue is in a quiet residential area but if you are travelling some distance to the fair you may like to add to your day out by exploring the local area.

Places to Eat:

If you would like to eat after the sale we would suggest walking to Winchmore Hill Green which is 10 minutes away on foot  (or 1 stop on the train). Here The Kings Head, The Salisbury or Buckle & Vaughan offer delicious meals. For something lighter The Larder and Hopper & Bean offer coffee and snacks.

Places to See:

Winchmore Hill Green is also home to a handful of lovely shops (if you haven’t spent all your funds at the fair!), we’re fans of Pretty English  and Minsky 

If you would like to head to open spaces, weather permitting, Grovelands  is a lovely local park or you can head further afield to Trent Park.

A personal recommendation is the lovely Myddelton House. The garden of this 19th century house was made famous by the plantsman and author E A Bowles. An authority on growing crocus, narcissus and colchicum, Bowles was born here in 1865 and lived here until his death in 1954. The grounds have been beautifully restored as an example of a 20th century plantsman's garden.  

In the same area of Enfield you will find Forty Hall,  a Grade 1 Listed Jacobean Manor House in an idyllic landscape and the gardens of  Capel Manor 

We hope you have a smooth journey and a wonderful day out!

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