Your culture attendant: things to do in Elstree

A THING TO DO TODAY

ELSTREE
Price: Cost of your food
Time: 30 mins - 1 hour
On the third Saturday of each month, from noon to 4pm, classic car enthusiasts bring their favourite vehicles along to Lower Marsh Market, just behind Waterloo station. Go along and see dozens of vintage cars and motorbikes and chat to their owners - as well as picking up lunch at the market. (Nearest station: Waterloo)
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ELSTREE
HERTFORDSHIRE
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