Beckenham is a district in London located in Borough of Bromley. It is 13.5 miles away from Charing Cross in the south-east side of it. In the beginning, it was more like a village; undeveloped and small land in 1857. Then John Cator along with his family started to make villas which drastically increased the population, and it is now a big developed district.
Postal code: BR3
Tramlink serves the Beckenham. The areas covered are Beckenham junction, Elmers End and Wimbledon.
The Transport for London provides many bus routes that link Beckenham with many other areas including Bromley, Lewisham, Catford, Croydon, Eltham, Orpington, Penge, West Wickham, Crystal Palace, Woolwich, and Chislehurst
There are more than nine railway stations that are serving the town. These are Ravensbourne, Clock House, Birkbeck, New Beckenham, Beckenham Junction, Elmers End, Eden Park, Beckenham Hill and, Kent House.
Croydon Road Recreation Ground
It is a local open space for the public. The park is very peaceful and beautiful. It also has some playing areas for children.
Bethlem Museum of the Mind
It is a fascinating tour of the history. The interior is very captivating, and the talks delivered in the museum are very informative.
It is again one of the best parks in the area. The environment is very healthy.