The Destination Management Strategy highlights our potential and ambition to do even more. We want to use the opportunities presented here to showcase what is great about Watford.

This includes our more hidden cultural treasures as well as the ones that are emerging thanks to our vibrant, diverse communities and through the use of new, digital media and technology – another area where the town is forging ahead.

– Road – Watford can be easily reached from Junction 5 of the M1 motorway and Junctions 19 and 20 of the M25.

– Bus – There are a number of bus services running to Watford. Use www.intalink.org.uk to plan your journey.

– Train/Tube – Watford is served by three train stations. Watford Junction is serviced by the London Overground line and National Rail services to London Euston; Watford station is serviced by the Metropolitan line on the London Underground; and Watford High Street station provides access to the London Overground line to central London. Visit www.nationalrail.co.uk or www.tfl.gov.uk to plan your journey.

– Car Parks – the most popular ones include intu Watford Kings, Queens and Palace car parks,  CitiPark Gade, Church and Sutton car parksAvenue car park and Town Hall car park. You can view all our car parks here.

 

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By @WatfordChamber: Every Friday face to face live updates from Mayor Peter Taylor and Dean Russell MP.

This a chance for you to find out the latest information and ask the questions that relate to you and your business.

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A few words from Visit Watford during Coronavirus

During these testing times, we all need to stay active and make compromises. We know that the reason you usually come to our channels is for a dose of inspiration and ideas on the very best ways to organise your visit or spend your free time across Watford.

Making a trip out of the house to explore over the coming weeks is not recommended by the government and we want you to stay safe and protect your loved ones. However, here at Visit Watford we are still committed to sharing with you everything that’s great about our town.

Thus, you may see some changes to the content we’ll be posting; with more of a focus on supporting our community, sharing a few things to look forward to, and providing a little distraction during times where you may be stuck indoors.

We’ll be championing Watford’s independent businesses, keeping you up to date with great stories from our community and continuing to share incredible photos from across the area which we hope will put a smile on your face – visit our social media channels for more.

Got ideas of content you’d like to see from us? Nominate your neighbour or friend as a local hero, if you think they deserve a special mention – we’d love to hear your story! Get in touch at marketing@visitwatford.com or share it on social media & tag us/ use the hashtag #watfordlocalhero.

Stay safe,
Visit Watford team