London area of E6 guide
What to do and where to stay in London's E6 neighbourhood
This urbanised part of town has a similar multicultural character to its nearest neighbours with eastern flavours competing with East End nosh in the eateries that colour the streets. East Ham does benefit from a number of green spaces including Central Park and Plashet Park, both with cafes, tennis courts and play areas within their borders, and the nature reserve in London's largest churchyard (nearly ten acres) of St Mary Magdalene, the oldest Norman church in the city. On the western edge of E6 is the Boleyn Ground (often referred to as Upton Park), where West Ham United play their home matches - although the club has won the bid to take over the Olympic Stadium in Stratford following the 2012 Summer Games.
See our recommended nearby E6 Hotels, Sights and Attractions, Shopping, Pubs, Leisure, Education, and Meeting Venues.
The best shops and markets in or near London's E6
115 High Street North, E6, London E6
These large chain stores sell everything you could need for your babies, toddlers and young children. Especially good for children’s clothing....
The best pubs in or near London E6.
E6 gyms, sporting activities, health & beauty and fitness.
Parks and Gardens
79A High Street South, East Ham, E6, London E6
Central Park is a 25-acre park situated close to the centre of East Ham which dates back to 1898. Easily accessible from High Street South, the ...
Where to have your meeting, conference, exhibition, private dining or training course in or near E6.