In Hayes and Harlington, you’ll find all you need, whether its entertainment, shopping or leisure facilities. Harlington is located right next to Heathrow Airport and both Hayes and Harlington are within easy reach of the City of London with its numerous attractions. If you’re looking for entertainment, The Beck Theatre, Hayes, is host to music, dance, comedy, dance, drama, film and other various events. If you’re dining out, there’s a good choice of restaurants, including traditional and modern, and you’ll find a range of bars and pubs to enjoy an evening out.
For a shopping trip, Hayes has a good mix of both well known national retailers and independents shops. Conference venues for business here include those at the Radisson Blu Edwardian Heathrow Hotel and the Sheraton Skyline Hotel London Heathrow, and Heathrow Airport serves the area for international flights.
Hayes and Harlington Car Hire
Wherever you are in Hayes and Harlington, it’s guaranteed that you’ll to get a car from one of the leading suppliers who provide Hayes and Harlington car hire services, you can choose from many of the suppliers including Avis, Enterprise, Europcar, Firefly, Hertz, InterRent, Sixt and others.
Places to visit while you’re in and around Hayes and Harlington might include:
The London Motor Museum, Hayes
You can visit this Motor Museum where you can see fascinating collections of cars which include a large range of classic collectable exhibits as well as a number of cars which were used in movies such as the Lotus Esprit from the James Bond film ‘The Spy Who Loved me’ and the Mini from ‘Mr Bean’. Other exhibits you can see include the Batmobile from the 1960’s TV series Batman, and there also are a range of supercars to see.
Strawberry Hill House
Located in Twickenham, a short distance away, is this 18th century house built by Horace Walpole. The house is built in Gothic Revival style and the interior has many fascinating Gothic features resembling Gothic cathedrals, such as pointed arches, stained glass windows and fireplaces echoing Gothic tombs, which gives the House a very dramatic look and feel.
Why not come and have a game of ten pin bowling in a fun atmosphere, either with friends or family, or perhaps for company team building. Also at the centre are pool tables, amusement arcade games and you can enjoy something to eat and drink in the restaurant.
You can book a tour around the England Rugby Stadium, Twickenham, and enjoy access to places including the royal box, the players’ tunnel and dressing room. Visitors can also see the World Rugby Museum, where you can see many interesting exhibits relating to the sport of Rugby.
Botwell Green Sports and Leisure Centre
Here at this Centre you can take part in many sports and leisure activities such as swimming, sauna, gymnastics and gym. There’s also a sports hall where you can play sports including football, badminton and basketball, and the Centre also has a cafe where you can relax after all your activities.
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