Bromley is the largest London borough. Located in the south east of the capital, it includes Beckenham, Orrington, West Wickham, Crystal Palace, Cray Valley, Penge, Anerley and Biggin Hill.
Whether you prefer shopping or swimming, reading or rambling, comedy or conservation; the London Borough of Bromley has something for you.
With more than thirty-five square miles of protected countryside, picturesque parks and woodlands to explore, it's easy to forget that the bright lights of London's West End are less than twelve miles away from Bromley Town Centre. From bustling high streets to tranquil rural villages; London's largest borough is full of contrasts and possibilities. Bromley is famous for its horticulture, with thousands of bulbs and trees planted every year to ensure the borough is always looking its best. With this image comes a commitment to protect the countryside and landscape for future generations. There is a wealth of woodland, nature trails, providing a haven for those seeking peace and tranquility.
The London Borough of Bromley has been twinned with Neuwied in Germany since 1987, when the Mayors of the two communities signed a charter in Bromley to ratify the partnership. This relationship is fostered through the Bromley Town Twinning Association.
The more active are catered for with a wide selection of top class sports and leisure facilities. One of the famous historical attractions in the borough is Darwin home - Down House.Here you can explore his home and see where Darwin worked and absorb the calm and peaceful atmosphere that so inspired him. You can also visit the world's first ‘theme park', located at Crystal Palace, containing the recently restored dinosaur attraction.
Added to this are quality shopping centres and specialist market, plus popular family eve that take place throughout the year.
As a visitor to Bromley you will enjoy the best of all worlds.