In the west of London, 21 miles away from the Charing Cross, there is an industrial, full of culture and economical town situated which we call Hayes. In 1965, it became a part of the London Borough of Hillingdon. The city is so old that it even appears in the Domesday Book (1086).
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There are various transport facilities.
In railways, there are more than four stations, i.e., Heathrow Terminal 4 station, Hayes and Harlington railway station, Heathrow Central, Heathrow Terminal 5 station, Heathrow Terminals 1, 2, 3 tube station
In buses, almost 15 routes are covering from Northolt to Holborn.
Roads are also used for the purpose. Hayes is close to M4 Motorway and the A4020 Uxbridge Road also passes through Hayes.
Travel through water is also available. Boats can be used for this. The Grand Union Canal operates in Hayes.
There are a lot of places that happen to grab the attention of the visitors. First of all, Parish Church, St Mary’s is a church that is in use since 830 A.D. Then comes Barra Hall, a manor house. The most visited place of the town is Adam and Eve house which is constructed since 1665. An exciting place is Dinosaur Escape Adventure Golf which is a park for the whole family and has the Jurassic World’s characters along with all the stuff like fossil fuels etc.
Moreover, Battle of Britain Bunker, Northala Fields, Osterley Park, and House and Pegasus Health Spa are the places that attract visitors a lot.