Croydon has been voted in the top 20 worst places to live in England, according to an online survey.

The town has been ranked the 17th worst place in a new 2022 survey by the satirical website I Live Here, with a total of 110,172 votes cast in the survey.

Croydon is the only town in south London to be listed in the top 50.

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Before you go, we’ve compiled the top five things to do in Croydon according to TripAdvisor.

1. Croydon Airport Visitor Centre

Location: Airport House, Purley Way, Croydon CR0 0XZ

The London Croydon Airport was Britain’s first major international airport.

It played a major role in the development of global air travel after World War One and has a significant place in early 20th century British history, according to its website.

You can arrange a visit to the museum as it is open on the first Sunday of each month throughout the year.

2. Museum of Croydon

Location: 1918 Katharine St, Croydon CR9 1ET

The Museum of Croydon is a museum located within the Croydon Clocktower arts facility.

It showcases historical and cultural artefacts relating to the London Borough of Croydon and its people.

The museum is currently closed in response to Covid, according to its website.

3. Wandle Park

Location: Cornwall Rd, Croydon CR0 3RD

Wandle Park is located in the Broad Green Ward of Croydon.

A well-kept park with lots to do for both adults and children.

There is also a gazebo to sit under and enjoy a meal or sit to read a book.

4. Croham Hurst Woods

Location: Upper Selsdon Rd, South Croydon CR2 7BL

A great place to go for a walk on the evenings with an amazing view of the town from the top of the hills.

5. Shirley Windmill

Location: Postmill Cl, Croydon CR0 5DY

A visit to the windmill is a must in Shirley.

It was built in 1808 by William Alwen until October 1854, when it was destroyed by fire.

A £218,000 grant was awarded by the Heritage Lottery Fund towards further extensive restoration and developing the site as a multi-media visitor attraction for both educational and leisure use.