Hackney is part of Hackney London Borough Council. The most critical part of Hackney is its Mare Street which is an administrative heart of the city. It is 8 miles north-east of Charing-cross. ‘The Geffrye Museum’ is famous for showcasing the domestic interiors of Britain. You can explore the 11 periods of Britain from 1600s to present with a series of period rooms display. Hackney has a mixed race of white, black, Asain and Arab people. Hackney has surprisingly over 1300 listed buildings. Recently, Metropolitan Borough of Hackney, Stoke Newington and Shoreditch have been merged to become one big community.
Manor House on the Piccadilly Line and Old Street are the two underground stations providing services to Hackney.
North London Line, East London Line, and Dalston Junction are the overground stations covering the areas of Haggerston, New Cross, Hoxton, Shoreditch towards destinations south of the River Thames, Crystal Palace, Croydon, and Clapham Junction
Londonfields Lido is a pool as big as the Olympic pool to give you the best dive of the year.
Nevill Road may fascinate people who have an interest in Britain’s history. Nevill road is the place where the first bomb was dropped in World War 1.
Fun fact: Hackney was one of the host boroughs of the London Olympics in 2012.