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Things To Do in Bromley Part 2

Things To Do in Bromley Part 2
Things To Do in Bromley Part 2

Things To Do In The Borough Of Bromley

Welcome back. In the first part of this short series about “Things To Do in Bromley” we looked at High Elms Country Park, Christmas Tree Farm, Churchill Theatre, The Glades Bromley shopping centre and Operation Escape. Now we’ll continue with other things to do and places to visit in Bromley.

  • Church House Gardens
    Church House Garden Lodge, Church Road, Bromley BR2 0ENHere is a review about Church House Gardens, “Church House Gardens has a newly enlarged play area for the little or not so little ones. It is one of the best, and least busy of such play areas I know of. Extensive sand pits, cool slides and all manner of things to climb.” They went on to say, “For me it is a place to wander through after shopping with my teenaged daughter. The are beautifully landscaped walks through mature trees. There is a lake as well as a canal side walk. It adjoins a nearby wilder and more natural park in Shortlands and is a useful shortcut to parking areas.”
  • Bars & Clubs in BromleyIf you’re stuck for something to do, especially a Friday or Saturday night, why not call your friends and make a night out of it. There are plenty of pubs, bars and clubs in Bromley, such as The Partridge, The Crown and Anchor or the Aqua Bar to name but a few.
  • Queens Gardens
    Kentish Way, Bromley BR1 3EAA place many people don’t know about or just overlook, just read one person’s experience, “Due to the opening of about 5 new terraced restaurants on the South side, I think this place is going to get a lot busier. The new cafe’s are Wagamama, Bryon, Giraffe, Ed’s Easy Diner and newcomer Project Pie.” They continue by saying, “This place is ideal for wedding photos after a civil ceremony in Bromley Registry Office, but beware, I have heard a roamer that alcohol is banned and you might fall foul of some jumped up minor autocrat, and that would be a total waste of good champagne.”
  • Health/Fitness Clubs & Gyms in Bromley 

    You’ve indulged in the bars, pubs and restaurants of Bromley, now it’s time to loose those added pounds and get fit and healthy! There are a number of good health/fitness clubs and gyms around Bromley, so why not find a one local to you and try it out.

  • Elmstead Woods
    Bromley SE9 4ATAre you looking for a bit of peace and quiet while doing a bit of walking? Why not head over to Elmstead Woods, you just have to read this visitor’s review and you’ll be there like a shot, “took my 3 year old on a lovely walk through Elmstead Woods. told him we were going on a bear hunt! There’s lovely carvings. he loved running in the open space! walked and jumped across the logs. Really nice peaceful place. Shame there’s not more carvings! But beautiful to see!

We hope you take the time to try some of these suggestions for things to do in Bromley.

Stuck for something to do in the evening, check out the Night Life in Bromley Part 1