Once a parish in Middlesex, Ruislip is a small suburban area in London and is part of the Borough of Hillingdon. The village enjoys the privilege of being close to a variety of wide, open areas and the Ruislip National Nature Reserve is an integral part of the area’s identity. The Tropical Zoo is also an important part of the area while other attractions include the Ruislip War Memorial, The National Archives, Hogarth’s House and Marble Hill House. Ham House & Garden is within easy reach of Ruislip, as are Portobello Road Market and Notting Hill.
The area is a small but vibrant business hub with a number of small enterprises and professionals working out of shared office spaces and retail stores. There are cleaning companies, computer repair & service centres, counsellors, electrical engineers and jewellery designers based in the area. Solutions HSC Training Ltd. has an office here alongside Design Unfolds. There are also a number of solicitors, healthcare professionals and recruitment companies in Ruislip.
Entertainment And Dining Out
A number of venues like the Tricycle Theatre and The Cock Tavern Theatre offer cultural entertainment in the area. Phoenix Cinema offers a unique movie-experience while the impressive Wembley Arena is within easy reach and is ideal for extravagant live performances and concerts. Eating out around Ruislip allows you to enjoy a global dining experience. Rara and Incredible Indian are the places to go for tasty Indian cuisine while the Duke of Kent serves some delightful local British food. Cuisine from Thailand can be enjoyed at Thai Tho and Sen Nin is all about savouring the tastes of Japan.
Ruislip has three tube stations that connect it to the Metropolitan Line, Piccadilly Line and Central Line Ė Ruislip, Ruislip Garden and West Ruislip tube stations. London Heathrow Airport is within easy reach for those requiring air travel links while a number of bus and taxi services provide connectivity via the A4180 and A4090.