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“A mind that is stretched by a new experience can never go back to its old dimensions.”

Such is the impact of travelling in a new place or country. Once you are in a new territory, to experience it and getting to know about all the things which make it special is no doubt a marvellous opportunity. So, if you are travelling in or near Cranford London there are some places which you must visit. We have compiled a list of some must-visit tourist attractions. These are as follows:

  1. If you are a sports enthusiast and particularly for Rugby then you must visit the World Rugby Museum. In the South Stand of Twickenham, it was reopened in early February 2018. IN 1996 as The Museum of Rugby, it was opened but later in 2007 it became World Rugby Museum. Here you will find Rugby boots, books, memorabilia, jerseys collections.
  2. If you are a nature lover and are fond of buildings as well, then you must visit Syon House if you are in Cranford or nearby. In west London is the location of 200-acre park i.e. Syon Park and Syon House. Belonging to the Duke of Northumberland is this Grade I listed building.
  3. If you are an architecture enthusiast then you will love to visit Strawberry Hill House. By Horace Walpole, in Twickenham, this Gothic revival villa was built. There is elaborated decoration inside and many added gothic features such as battlements and towers outside. There are antiquarian objects collection here as well.

Upon visiting Cranford, these are some places which you must visit. The experience you are going to attain will be world-class. But whenever the task at hand is an exploration of an area and that too a new one. It is always suitable to have a mode of transfer that is trustworthy and of top-notch quality. That mode of transfer is here for you with Cranford Minicab. With our Cranford Minicab, you will get to have an amazing time in discovering these marvellous places. You can also explore many more places with us here as well and that too in a completely serene and reposeful manner.

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