Getting to Enfield

Getting to Enfield is very easy, as the borough has good public transport connections and good access by road, too.

By rail

Enfield is serviced by the Great Northern and Greater Anglia lines with trains from Alexandra Palace, Finsbury Park, Kings Cross, Liverpool Street, Moorgate, Tottenham Hale heading north and Welwyn Garden City, Hertford North and Hertford East heading south.

By London Overground

Two branches of the London Overground network run in the borough that can be reached on trains from Liverpool Street and Seven Sisters.

By London Underground

Four Piccadilly line stations, Cockfosters, Oakwood, Southgate and Arnos Grove stations are all located in the borough and all are on the Night Tube network.

By bus

Every part of the borough is on the bus network with many routes running 24 hours a day.

By bicycle

Enfield has a number of cycle routes, both quietways and main roads, across the borough. For more information on cycle routes, visit here, and to see a map, visit here.

By road

Enfield is one of the best connected boroughs in London, with the M25, A10 and A406 (North Circular Road) all running through the borough. There are places to park across the borough – for information, visit here. For details of charging points for electric cars, visit here.