About Queens Park
Queen's Park is an area of North West London. Queen’s Park Rangers F.C. was founded in this area, but is now based in Shepherd’s Bush. Queen’s Park lies between Kilburn, and Kensal Green and was developed from 1875 and named to honour Queen Victoria. The area is known for its spacious green parks and close proximity to Central London. There are many amenities in the vicinity, including banks, convenience stores, libraries, retail outlets, restaurants and bars, making this an ideal location in which to host business meetings or meet friends after work.
Setting up your business here
There is a range of businesses situated within Queen’s Park, many of which are small or medium-sized. Companies located here enjoy a London address without paying the Central London price-tag. Transportation into the West End and the City of London is efficient and easily accessible for the thousands of people that commute from this area every day. Networking opportunities with like-minded professionals are plentiful and many breakfast or after work groups have been set up specifically for this purpose.
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Things to do in Queens Park
Queen’s Park is the home of many attractions for all ages, including Queen's Park itself – a park with an area of 30 acres. There is a wide choice of facilities available within the park, including six all-weather tennis courts, a pitch-and-putt course, a pétanque pitch, an ornamental garden, a playground with paddling pool, a children's animal farm and a cafe. Two annual festivals are held at Queen's Park. Queen’s Parks Day, is held in September, and offers a funfair, stalls for local community groups and shops, various entertainments, including acrobats and bird of prey displays, and live music hosted by the Rhythm Studio. Queen’s Park Book Festival, held in May, boasts national and international writers as part of the growing book festival movement across England. Restaurants and bars are plentiful in the vicinity, with Caldo’s Bar & Kitchen being a popular choice amongst the Spanish community, as well as being frequented by locals and professionals. Hugo’s, on Lonsdale Road, affords café-goers spacious surroundings and homemade food. The Alice House is a trendy bar, offering a wide selection of beers and spirits, whilst The Salusbury Pub & Dining Room provides an intimate setting in which to enjoy a glass of wine alongside some hearty food.
- Tube lines: Queen’s Park Station, serving the Bakerloo and Overground Lines
- Mainline stations: Kensal Rise Station
- Nearest motorways: M1, M4
- Nearest airports: Heathrow Airport, Stanstead Airport
- Other: All major bus routes served nearby