Barnet guide

The London borough of Barnet incorporates some 2,652 streets. Barnet at its widest point is 12.5 miles by 11.7 miles in length.

The London borough of BarnetBarnet, one of the largest London boroughs, is home to the Hendon Aerodrome - the birthplace of British aviation and now RAF Museum. Visitors can gaze at over 70 full-sized aircraft as well as a flight simulator, 'Touch and Try' Jet Provost Trainer and Eurofighter 2000 Theatre.

Finchley, the borough's most famous area, is home to the Jewish Museum, which traces the social history of Jewish immigration and settlement in London. There is also a moving Holocaust Education Gallery. Finchley is also becoming a focal point for the Japanese community and sushi is now rivaling the supremacy of the salt beef sandwich! Minutes from the North Circular lies the Welsh Harp Nature Reserve and Reservoir, featuring Britain's first artificial bat cave. The area has also been designated a site of Special Scientific Interest.

These 2,652 streets are home to over 869 featured venues, which include 300 restaurants, 300 shops, 42 attractions, 43 clubs and pubs and 107 leisure venues.

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