- 1 Where in London is the Alexandra Palace?
- 2 What zone is Alexandra Palace Station in?
- 3 How far is Alexandra Palace from the station?
- 4 Is Alexandra Palace a nice place to live?
- 5 How do I get from Kings Cross to Alexandra Palace?
- 6 What Tube line is Alexandra Palace on?
- 7 Is parking free at Alexandra Palace?
- 8 How much is ice skating at Alexandra Palace?
- 9 Where can I park near Alexandra Palace?
- 10 Why was Alexandra Palace built?
- 11 Is Wood Green a safe area?
- 12 Is Hornsey a nice area?
- 13 Where in London is Muswell Hill?
Where in London is the Alexandra Palace?
Alexandra Palace is a Grade II listed entertainment and sports venue in London, situated between Wood Green and Muswell Hill in the London Borough of Haringey. It is built on the site of Tottenham Wood and the later Tottenham Wood Farm.
What zone is Alexandra Palace Station in?
It is in Travelcard Zone 3. All trains serving it are operated by Great Northern. It is the only surviving station of three that have served Alexandra Palace.
How far is Alexandra Palace from the station?
Train stations near Alexandra Palace in Alexandra Palace
|Alexandra Palace||1 min walk|
Is Alexandra Palace a nice place to live?
It’s nice. Very green, pretty safe. If you drive, you will learn to loathe Muswell hill. The closer you get to Wood Green the sketchier it is.
How do I get from Kings Cross to Alexandra Palace?
There are 5 ways to get from Kings Cross to Alexandra Palace by subway, bus, taxi or foot
- Take the subway from King’s Cross St. Pancras station to Wood Green station Piccadilly.
- Take the bus from Wood Green, The Broadway to Hornsey, Alexandra Palace Ice Rink W3.
What Tube line is Alexandra Palace on?
By tube. Wood Green is the nearest underground station on the Piccadilly Line. (journey time is 20 minutes from Piccadilly Circus). Exit Wood Green Station and go to bus stop A to pick up the W3 bus up the hill to Alexandra Palace.
Is parking free at Alexandra Palace?
Parking. We have 1,200 parking spaces in the grounds, offered free of charge.
How much is ice skating at Alexandra Palace?
|WEEKDAYS||WEEKENDS & SCHOOL HOLIDAYS|
|JUNIOR (16 years and under)||£8.00||£8.50|
|CONCESSION (senior citizen/ accessible)||£7.50||£8|
|FAMILY (2 adults, 2 juniors or 1 adult, 3 juniors)||£30.00||£32.00|
Where can I park near Alexandra Palace?
The most convenient off-street parking near Alexandra Palace is at the Summerland Gardens. There are other parking spaces close by, with some allowing visitors to book their spots in advance.
Why was Alexandra Palace built?
The Palace was to serve the burgeoning population of North London as the relocated Crystal Palace served the South. Over 200 acres of land was acquired and the Alexandra Park opened in 1863.
Is Wood Green a safe area?
Wood green is relatively safe when you factor in the huge foot traffic it experiences. According to one police report it is the busiest high street second only to oxford street. Also a massive police base is located behind the decorum near Wood Green tube. You won’t get a faster response time in many other places.
Is Hornsey a nice area?
Hornsey isn’t the most desirable place to live because it doesn’t come with the prestige of other areas, but those who move here often find they love it. Since this area is gentrifying, a lot of people are buying up apartments and homes to take advantage of the current prices.
Where in London is Muswell Hill?
Muswell Hill is a suburban district of north London. It is mainly in the London Borough of Haringey with a small part in the London Borough of Barnet. It is between Highgate, Hampstead Garden Suburb, East Finchley and Crouch End. It has many streets with Edwardian architecture.