Ancient, peaceful cemetery filled with overgrown gravestones. Nice for wandering (and getting a bit lost!).
This may sound strange but it’s a beautiful, leafy, overgrown 18th century cemetery that’s well worth a look. A perfect place to go for a quiet walk surrounded by trees.
Well, only if you are into cemeteries! This unique labyrinth of graves rests in a botanical garden with a very tropical vibe. Beautiful and spooky for sure, and therefore, irresistible!
One of London's 7 great Victorian cemeteries. Suitably gothic and atmospheric. The resting place for local dissenters (Stoke Newington was the home of Mary Wollstonecraft, although she is buried in St Pancras churchyard) and Salvation Army dignitaries. Established as an arboretum and has become a…
Its a cemetery but its an awesome place to lose an hour or 2 - a real hidden gem. Amy Winehouse filmed Back to Black in the run down church in the middle of the cemetery..
“Walk along the River Lea and watch the barges, rowers and locals go by. Stop here for a coffee and sarnie. Dog friendly.”
“Left through some doors and down the stairs of The Three Crowns pub resides intimate Stoke Newington live music venue and nightclub The Waiting Room”
“Very affordable Spanish food. A great variety of tapas of good portions. They have special lunchtime offers. ”
“London's only polish pub/restaurant. Great food and interesting atmosphere.”