Bromley guide

The London borough of Bromley incorporates some 3,244 streets. Bromley at its widest point is 16.7 miles by 16.5 miles in length.

The London borough of BromleyBromley is the largest of the London boroughs and promotes itself as the clean and green borough. It plays host every year to the Biggin Hill Air Fair held in June at Biggin Hill Airport, an important airfield during the Battle of Britain. Bromley is home to Crystal Palace Park boasting London's largest maze, as well as Crystal Palace Bowl. The latter is the venue for many summer concerts, including the Bank Holiday firework spectacular held in August and the Best of Last Night of the Proms.

Other attractions include Chislehurst Caves with its remains of chalk mines said to date back to Roman times. Visitors to Down House, also in Bromley, can find out what the house was like in 1870 when the world-famous naturalist, Charles Darwin, lived there.

These 3,244 streets are home to over 278 featured venues, which include 99 restaurants, 31 shops, 30 attractions, 9 clubs and pubs and 53 leisure venues.

Street name Nearby local services
Zelah Road
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