The history of Ilford can be traced from pre-historic age. It has believed that once the elephant, rhinos, tigers, and wolves roamed the area and the skull of Mammoth was found in the area in 1860; now it is exhibited at the Natural History Museum. The name was first recorded in the Domesday Book as "Ileford" which means “Ford over the Hyle”. Hyle was the former name for the River Roding.
Ilford is one of the largest metropolitan districts, in North East of London, United Kingdom. Ilford is a place where you can be various locations to be entertained, shop, eat great food and relax. Ilford is the largest retail centres in London, the hub of numerous cafes and lounges. Located in the London Borough of Redbridge; lead a highly busy life, hectic area, it is a place where nothing stays same for long. Ilford is the home of 2012 Olympics and close to Stratford. The major tourist attractive places to visit in Ilford are:
Ilford Lane is located in the south, is an Aladdin's cave; perfect for those who wants a feel a different shopping experience from the usual high streets and malls.
Redbridge Museum - Central Library; where you will hear sounds and voices experience what was the life to live in Redbridge in the past.
I-Scene Complex - Bollywood Grilled restaurants.
Valentines Park - Largest Formal Park
The Dick Turpin - Famous restaurant, and it was named after the infamous highwayman.
Give us a call on 01708 301 302 and book a minibus according to your needs at the affordable prices. Or you may fill the form with the required information; one of our team members would assist you.