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.

 

Please vote for the museum’s Watford Observer Clock as the Hertfordshire Museum of Object of the Year!

The Watford Observer Clock is an icon of the history of Watford FC & its bond with the Watford Observer & town.

👉 Vote here https://t.co/TazSKoHiPZ #WatfordMuseum @hyoc2020

🤩 EXCITING ANNOUNCEMENT 🤩

We are bringing the West End to Watford!! @PumpHouseCentre @WatFringe

SAT 3rd OCT @ 12pm!!

Spread the word Watford....

#watfringe #watford #theatre #dance #song #musicaltheatre #savethearts #SupportArtists #escapism

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Visit our website and find a list of all parks, open spaces and gardens you can explore now! 🙌 Please remember to look after yourselves, others and the environment around us and #RespectProtectEnjoy - https://t.co/EhTUgEYuj8

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Welcome back to Watford town centre – shop local, stay safe

Watford town centre, and other retail areas across the town, are gearing up to welcome people back as non-essential shops and venues have started to re-open, with a range of measures in place to make sure they can shop safely and with confidence.

Shops and businesses are doing what is needed to keep their staff and customers safe. We are looking forward to welcoming people back to the High Street and other shopping areas across the town. Whilst they may look and feel a bit different, we are all looking forward to a return of some sort of normality, bringing vibrancy back to the town!

Watford businesses have done an amazing job to make sure they can open safely, while we all as individuals should do our part keeping a safe distance from others and washing or sanitising our hands regularly.