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I Am Travelling By Public Transport. How Do I Get To Forty Hall & Estate?
Forty Hall & Estate is in Enfield, North London.
There are many ways to get to Forty Hall by public transport.
There are many train stations in Enfield. The nearest to Forty Hall are Enfield Chase, Enfield Town, Gordon Hill and Turkey Street. You can walk from all of these stations and the length of the walk is approximately 20 – 30 minutes.
Buses also serve the journey from Enfield Town and Enfield Chase stations – simply jump on the 191 bus to Forty Hill and it is then a 5 – 10 minute walk up the hill.
If you are travelling by tube the nearest station is Oakwood (Piccadilly Line) then buses 307 or 121 to Enfield Town Windmill Hill. You can then either walk to Forty Hall or catch the 191 to Forty Hill.
If you are travelling by bus simply catch the 191 to Forty Hill or the W10 to roundabout at Myddelton Avenue and then walk up Baker Street to Forty Hill. Please visit TfL Journey Planner for more details.
Remember: we may be hidden on the edge of London but that is part of the beauty of Forty Hall & Estate!
Is There Parking Onsite At Forty Hall & Estate?
Yes. As you drive through the main gates please turn right in to the car park where there is ample space. Parking is free.
Who Manages Forty Hall & Estate?
Forty Hall is owned and managed by Enfield Council. The building itself is run by the Cultural,Sport and Arts team who of the council. The park and estate is managed by the Parks Department of the Council. The farm and orchard are managed by the neighbouring Capel Manor.
Is Fishing Allowed At Forty Hall & Estate?
The pond grove lakes are leased to the Enfield Angling Society, and fishing is not permitted on these lakes without a licence AND without membership of the Enfield Angling Society. The general public are not at liberty to fish these lakes.
Fishing is prohibited in the Ornamental Lake (big pond in front of Hall), Meadow Pond and Crater (two field ponds to west of estate as the walk down the footpath to the left of the Lime Avenue).
For queries please contact Mr Ron Sears, president of the Enfield Angling Society.Tel: 0795627146