Although still a county as far as the name and postcode is concerned, Middlesex has now been incorporated into West London and parts of Hertfordshire. Middlesex is home to some rather iconic British sporting landmarks including the majestic Twickenham Stadium, the home of English Rugby as well the legendary Wembley Stadium, host of some of the most important sporting and musical events in the UK. The town of Brentford in Middlesex is of particular interest to visitors with the stunning Syon Park historic house and park. Home to the Duke of Northumberland, Syon Park is surrounded by the most amazing grounds. Fryent Country Park is another place well worth visiting with over 250 acres of historic countryside whilst the leafy suburb of Harrow is home to the prestigious and famous independent school Harrow. The county’s most well-known and most prominent landmark or place has to be Heathrow Airport, the largest airport in the UK.