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Welcome to our guide for the area around Queens Road in Waltham Forest. Below we present a selection of upcoming events, local attractions and great places to eat and shop.
The nearest station to Queens Road is Walthamstow Queens Road Railway Station which is about 6 minutes to the North East.
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Hotels near Queens Road
London > Hotels > Budget Chain Hotel from £37 29% off
1a Romford Road, E15 | 2.8 miles from Queens Road
Post the 2012 Olympic developments, Stratford has become one of London's most significant up-and-coming areas. Great transport connections mean that the City of London, Docklands and ...More
London > Hotels > Budget Chain Hotel from £33 25% off
5 Walthamstow Avenue, E4 | 36 minutes from Queens Road
Walthamstow is perhaps the most typical area of London's famous East End, with the longest street market in the capital and the celebrated dog track. This ...More
Entertainment near Queens Road
London > Shopping > Food and Drink Shops
32-40 Stoke Newington Church Street, N16 | 2.3 miles from Queens Road
Whole Foods Market specialises in organically grown and good-for-you foods with an emphasis on foods that are free of artificial preservatives, colours, flavours, sweeteners and hydrogenated ...More
London > Education > Adult Education
121 Roman Road, Tower Hamlets, London E2 | 3.5 miles from Queens Road
For 30 years Four Corners has been training, producing and supporting the full range of film and photographic requirements. Services on offer include filmmaking facilities and ...More
London > Education > Evening Classes
10 Sunbury Workshops, Swanfield Street, Shoreditch, London E2 | 4.1 miles from Queens Road
Learn some crafty manouveurs at Making Space where classes on mask making, glass engraving, pyrography (burning patterns into wood or leather), chainmail knitting, and book hollowing ...More