A weekend in Croydon: Top things to do
Croydon is the southernmost borough of London and, as you would expert with the verve of the capital city in its midst, there are plenty of fascinating things to do during a weekend. Here are a few of our suggestions for A weekend in Croydon: Top things to do.
‘Remembering 1916, Life on the Western Front’ is a major exhibition of World War I, with emphasis on a year when a number of significant battles were fought.
Croydon Airport Visitor Centre is located at the world’s oldest airport control tower, and features interactive displays that tell the history of the airport from World War I until it closed in 1959.
The Museum of Croydon is dedicated to the history of borough, as well as the people who lived and worked in there.
Fairfield Halls is Croydon’s venue for world class music, drama and cinema, while Matthews Yard is an arts centre and hosts art exhibitions, workshops, music and theatre.
Alternatively, the Spread Eagle pub and theatre venue features films, comedy nights and theatre.
For the best DJs and live music, go to Bad Apple.
If a traditional pub is more to your taste, why not try the Porter & Sorter or visit The Edge for great ale, food and live music.
For the sounds of classic soul and jazz, the Soulful Cellar will be just the ticket.
Next on our 'A weekend in Croydon: Top things to do' list is food. There are restaurants in Croydon to suit all tastes. For the best Indian cuisine, go to the Karnavar or the Dosa Lounge.
McDermott’s serves traditional fish and chips that are regarded by many as the best in the country, while the Little Bay serves modern European food in quirky surroundings.
For the best in modern British and European cuisine with Asian and Moroccan specials, eat at our Hallmark Croydon Aerodrome hotel.
After a hectic day in Croydon, our 1920s historic hotel Hallmark Hotel London Croydon Aerodrome that once served Croydon Airport will be the perfect place to wind down.
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