The Best Landmark in Barking London

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in Barking London, UK. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


Eastbury Square, Essex, Barking London IG11 9SN

Since 1573

Landmark, Architectural Buildings, Historical Place, Garden, Hall, Tourist Place, House, Guided Tour, Attic, Fine Original Spiral Oak Staircase in Turret, Soaring Chimneys, Cobbled Courtyard & Peaceful Walled Garden with Bee Boles

Free Admission: National Trust Members - Tours Available - Children's trails available from reception - Early 17th-century wall-paintings showing fishing scenes and a cityscape grace the former Great Chamber

Price: Adult £4.00, Child £2.00, Family £8.00, Group out of season by arrangement £10.00 & Group Adult £4.00

Thu & Fri 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Sun 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm

I have visited Eastbury Manor House on a number of occasions for school trips. It is a hidden gem in the middle of a housing estate. Thousands of people drive past it everyday, without realising, which is a shame. The staff are friendly and passionate about the house and the restorations that are ongoing in a house of this age. It is frightening to think it could have been bulldozed! Beautiful features including some of the original staircases and the stunning wall paintings.

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2 Town Square, Barking London IG11 7NB

Since 2007

Library, Cafe, Gallery space, Barking Job Shop, Bath Haus Spa, Digilab Playaway Day Nursery, Citizens Advice Bureau, Stop Smoking Team, Healthy Lifestyles Team, Books, Collections, Internet Facility, Resources & Shop

Provide education and training opportunities linked to the public service areas of health, education, social care and administration, to support increased participation to learning locally

Mon - Thu 9:00 am - 9:30 pm Fri & Sat 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Sun 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

I have worked in here many times. It is a quiet place to work with lots of desks, wifi and power points. The books I found here were really relevant and useful when I was looking for a new job. Because the library is quite new still it feels like a nice place to be in.
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Longbridge Road, Barking London IG11 8QX

Since 1922

Landmark, Memorial Park, Monuments, Statues, End in Terminal Pier, Tall Flanking Walls, Bearing Carved & Gilt Inscriptions

It was designed by distinguished local architect C J Dawson FRIBA - The memorial masons were Messrs Samuel Baymouth & Sons and it was constructed by local builder J Clement

Mon - Sun 6:30 am - 10:00 pm

Visited the War Memorial in December to cross reference names for a First World War research project. I was taken back by the sheer size of the memorial, set in the greenery of Barking Park. It is well maintained and cleaned, and some wreaths were still in place from the Armistice Day service the previous month. The War Memorial - I believe - was thoroughly restored in the 1990s with the help of a grant from English Heritage.

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