Welcome to our guide for the area around Park Avenue in Bromley. Below we present a selection of upcoming events, local attractions and great places to eat and shop.
The nearest station to Park Avenue is Chelsfield Railway Station which is about 15 minutes to the South .
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Entertainment near Park Avenue
London > Shopping > Specialists
Charlton Way Entrance, Blackheath Avenue, Se10 | 8.6 miles from Park Avenue
A rose-nosed reindeer walks into a bar and the elf barman says: "Why the long face?" Rudolf duly replies: "I've got pines and needles". Yes, yes... ... More
London > Education > Universities and Colleges
Maritime Greenwich University Campus, Park Row, SE10 | 9.4 miles from Park Avenue
The main University of Greenwich campus boasts a picturesque setting on a World Heritage Site on the banks of the River Thames within three baroque buildings ... More
London > Education > Arts and Drama
Parchmore Place, CR7 | 9.4 miles from Park Avenue
This popular, affordable music school delivers short and intensive part time courses in music production/technology, sound engineering, vocal techniques and keyboard/guitar/dj skills. They also have studios to ... More
London > Education > Language Courses
Liongate Enterprise Park, 80 Morden Road, CR4 | 11.9 miles from Park Avenue
Linguaphone is one of the most popular and effective ways of learning a language. Listen, repeat understand. That's their slogan, and the technique works very well ... More
London > Business > Venue Hire
Greenwich Foundation for the Old Royal Naval College, 2, Cutty Sark Gardens, Greenwich, SE10 | 9.4 miles from Park Avenue
The Old Royal Naval College was built on the site of the Tudor Palace in Greenwich in which Henry VIII and Elizabeth I were born. William ... More