Brent Cross: the ultimate shopping, dining and event experience in North London
Brent Cross is a shopping centre in the Hendon district of North London. There are over 150 shops, restaurants and services inside the centre, with Brent Cross tickets catering for the whole family. Besides shopping and dining, the centre also hosts a number of events throughout the year. These events include family-friendly events, fashion events and sport and leisure events. Previous events have included Hey Duggee, a child-friendly meet and greet experience; and fashions shows that run alongside London Fashion Week. Buy your Brent Cross tickets online at StubHub and see why the centre is becoming Hendon’s weekend hotspot.
History of the London shopping centre
Brent Cross Shopping Centre was first built in 1976. It was the country’s first American-style shopping centre outside the city centre within the country. Its construction took about 19 years to complete at a cost of around £20 million. The interior of the centre has been featured in several pop culture films, including Patrick Keiler's film "London" (1994), and the car park was used as a filming location for the iconic James Bond film "Tomorrow Never Dies" (1997). The centre building was renovated in 2019, turning it into a modern destination for people of all ages. Since its renovation, the centre also began hosting events, creating a central hub in Hendon and complete destination for visitors. There is also a kids club hosting a regular schedule of fun activities throughout the year during the school holidays, from arts and crafts to treasure hunts and more. Stay up to date with the centre’s regular events and buy or sell your Brent Cross tickets on StubHub.
Good to know about visiting Brent Cross
Brent Cross Centre is well-connected to other parts of the country by road and public transport. It is located adjacent to a major interchange of the A406 North Circular Road and the A41 Watford Way. Brent Cross tube station (Northern Line) and Hendon railway station (Thameslink trains) are the nearest railway stations to the centre. Brent Cross bus station is also served by more than 10 different bus routes daily, with links to North London, West London, Central London and Hertfordshire. If you are travelling to the venue by car, there are up to 8,000 free parking spaces for visitors to relax and enjoy the centre’s experience without worrying about parking tickets and charges.
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