Finsbury Park Area Guide
Finsbury Park is an ethnically diverse location with lots of schools and various activities are always being held. There’s a strong community feel to the area. Finsbury Park is popular with young professionals and families. There are a number of primary and secondary schools in the area.
Finsbury Park has a busy town centre with a plethora of shops stretching along multiple streets, Shops consisting of your usual supermarkets, along with independent stores and a group of fashion wholesalers. If food is your thing Finsbury Park offers cuisines ranging from Lebanese to Argentinian to Algerian.
Finsbury Park station forecourt features an Arsenal Football Club shop, is a 10 minute walk from the Eimrates stadium, and opposite the station is Rowans Tenpin Bowl offers 24 retro bowling lanes.
No surprises here but Finsbury Park is the main open green space in the area, covering a massive 110 acres. Finsbury Park. has a running track, tennis courts, drop in yoga classes and an indoor and an outdoor gym. There are also two children's play areas, a cafe and a path on the west side of the park leading on to Woodland Walk, a nice scenic and traffic free way of walking or cycling as far as Highgate. Finsbury Park has a secure bike park on the side nearest to the tube station.
Finsbury Park has various ways to travel to and from including:
By tube: The Piccadilly and Victoria lines can be accessed at Finsbury Park.
By rail: Finsbury Park is a busy London Overground station with destinations including Moorgate and King’s Cross.
By bus: Bus routes terminating at Finsbury Park: 19, 106, 153, 210, 236, N19, W3, W7. Bus routes passing through 4, 29, 253, 254, 259, N29, N253, N279