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What to do in BromleyBromley is a large town in south east London, and is a perfect place to escape the city. Bromley was historically a market town and prior to 1965 was in the county  of Kent. There is also a vast range of things to do in Bromley. The town centre boasts excellent shopping and there is a large shopping and retail area, including a pedestrian high street, which attracts shoppers from neighbouring towns.

Really unique places to visit whilst in Bromley are Bromley market, Chislehurst caves, Cofton Roman villa or Bromley museum. Using the local taxi service is easy and affordable, and all taxi drivers in Bromley are fully licensed, and will make your visit less stressful. The taxi service is great to visit the smaller neighboring towns, and you can either pre book your taxi using their website or telephone them when you require a taxi.

Bromley is surrounded by local history,
and has some fascinating places to visit. You must see Bromley  Museum whilst visiting, the museum charts the history of the local area, from a quarter of a million years ago. The museum is based in the Priory next to the library and features temporary exhibits and events throughout the year; entry to the museum is free.

Chislehurst CavesAnother fantastic place to visit is Chislehurst Caves; the caves are over 20 miles of dark, mysterious passageways that took over 8000 years to tunnel. They are divided into 3 main sections. Roman, Druid and Saxon, each section has been joined in later times by passageways. The passageways were used as an ammunition store in the First World War, and during the Second World War became an underground town, housing up to 15,000 people. You can now go on a guided lamp lit tour of the caves, where you will explore the history and myths of the tunnels. There is also a restaurant and gift shop, so you can enjoy your experience for longer.

Bromley Churchill TheatreThere are other parks and attractions to visit whilst you are in Bromley. Depending on how long you are staying will determine if you have time to see them all. There are regular markets and farmers markets, where you can pick up a bargain or two. The farmers markets are fantastic to get some local produce, which is homemade and locally grown. There are several shopping malls as well as smaller more unique shops and boutiques. There really is a shop for everyone, and you will never tire of looking in all the shop windows as you wander past.

Bromley Shopping CentreThere are hundreds of places to eat and drink in Bromley, and you are guaranteed to find something to suit your tastes and budget. For the outdoor types, there are several parks and greens ideal for summer walks or afternoon picnics. The perfect place for this is Church house gardens and Library gardens, these formal gardens are spectacular. In the summer months the paddling pool is open for the local children to enjoy. If the walking tires you out then you can enjoy a refreshing drink in the little cafe and watch the world go by.

With so much to do in Bromley you will return time after time.