Exploring London’s World’s End

World’s End is a part of the Chelsea area of London. The name was derived from a house called World’s End. Although it is one of the less fashionable areas of London, there are several buildings with historical architecture including houses and museums.

Great Wood Country Park

This is a beautiful park with a large area for families to enjoy time together. Several accommodations are located near the park so that you can stay close to your destination.

Waltham Abbey Church

A beautiful are inside and outside, Waltham Abbey Church is one of the oldest churches in World’s End. The massive windows take up more than half of the sides of the building. When you enter the church, you will see the rows of pews and the stained glass windows on either side of the building as well as on the wall behind the altar.

London Abbey Church
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Lee Valley Park

If you like spending time outside, then this would be one of the best parks to visit in the area. There are 26 miles of trails leading along the Lee River. You can stop along the river to go kayaking or simply look at the beautiful scenery that the park offers. There are heritage sites where you can learn about the history of the river and this part of World’s End as well as a lake for swimming.

Paradise Wildlife Park

There are numerous animals to see in this park, and you can learn a little about each of them from the people who help take care of them. You will see tigers and other animals that you would ordinarily see in the wilderness.

Highgate Cemetery

One of the oldest cemeteries in the area, you will see beautiful statues and monuments erected for those who passed away during some of the battles that London was involved with.

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