Tottenham Area Guide
Tottenham has a great selection of schools, excellent transport links and affordable homes mean that residents of Tottenham embrace and enjoy their growing community.
Tottenham has plenty of open spaces including the Walthamstow Wetlands. This is a nature reserve covering a vast area of Thames Water reservoirs, open to the public only in recent years. There is now a visitors’ centre and café off Ferry Lane.
There is access to miles of open space with the Lee Valley on the doorstep. The Lee Valley Walk is a 50-mile route following the course of the River Lea from its source in Leagrave near Luton to the Limehouse Basin close to the Thames.
Down Lane Park between Park View Road and Ashley Road is the local park; it has a Green Flag award, two football pitches, three floodlit tennis courts, an outdoor gym and a mini BMX track.
Tottenham also has Bruce Castle Park. The parkland totals eight hectares of parkland and has 5 tennis courts (2 of which are floodlit), 1 basketball court and 1 football pitch all located next to the cafe. The park is also home to a museum as well as the Holocaust Memorial Garden.
Tottenham Hotspur stadium is accessible by four local train stations - White Hart Lane, Seven Sisters, Tottenham Hale and Northumberland Park.
Tottenham Hale is on the Victoria line with a journey time of 20 minutes to Oxford Circus. London Overground trains from Bruce Grove take 25 minutes to Liverpool Street.