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As part of their current ‘Suburbia’ exhibition (which is well worth a visit if the influence of transport on the outwards sprawl of London is of interest to you), the wonderful London Transport Museum is organising a series of walks around Golders Green, each beginning at the tube station of the same name. From the blurb:

From Japanese restaurants to Hampstead Heath secrets London Transport Museum invites you to take a closer look at Golders Green. The area is known by many for its diverse communities and proximity to Hampstead Garden Suburb. But what does it mean to the people that live there? Let our local residents guide you around some of the area’s best local sites that they believe shape this suburb’s unique identity.

Each walk is only 2 hours long, but must be pre-booked. If you fancy walking at your own pace, the route maps are here.

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