Located just 300 metres from Kings Cross and St Pancras Stations with international services, National Rail to the North and Scotland and a number of London Underground train services. Nearby attractions include British Library , British Museum and Camden Market. The famous shopping and entertainment areas of Oxford Street, Regent Street and Piccadilly just 10 minutes away by tube
London Travelcard Zone 1.
5 minutes walk from St Pancras International Eurostar terminal.
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The British Museum was founded in 1753, the first national public museum in the world. From the beginning it granted free admission to all 'studious and curious persons'. Visitor numbers have grown from around 5,000 a year in the eighteenth century to nearly 6 million today.read more
The British Library
The British Museum's Department of Printed Books was founded in 1753, the year of the foundation of the Museum itself. Over the intervening two hundred years, the library of the British Museum had grown into one of the largest in the world, sustained by its privilege of legal deposit whereby it was entitled to a copy of most items printed in the United Kingdom - not only books and periodicals, but newspapers, maps and printed music.read more
The Gagosian Gallery
In spring of 2000, Gagosian became an international gallery with the opening of a Caruso St John-designed space on Heddon Street in Picadilly, London. The U.K. gallery inaugurated its exhibitions program with a performance by the Italian artist Vanessa Beecroft, followed by an exhibition of works by Chris Burden.read more
The Shaw Theatre
In the heart of London, the 446 seat Shaw Theatre has played host to a wide range of drama, dance, musical theatre and concerts from its opening performances of Zigger Zagger starring Paula Wilcox and Barrie Rutter, through to Dionne Warwick, Eartha Kitt, Boy George and dramas such as Of Mice and Men, Maggie’s End and the award-winning Broadway transfer of Golda’s Balcony.read more
The Water Rats Theatre
Monto Water Rats, also known as The Monto and Water Rats, is a music venue at 328 Grays Inn Road, Kings Cross, London. Until 1992 it was known as The Pindar of Wakefield and was famous for its regular old time music hall entertainment.read more
Kings Cross Station
The famous Platform Nine and Three-Quarters from the Harry Potter films is located in the main train terminal, providing quick access to Hogwarts (provided you can walk through the brick wall). read more
ZSL London Zoo
With so much to see and do this half term, a visit to ZSL London Zoo is the perfect day out for people of all ages. And with a number of indoor enclosures and animal houses, you can also escape the chill and get transported to tropical climates! read more
Camden Town and Market
The market has been going on for well over thirty years, and in these times it's undegone some enormous changes. read more
Emirates Stadium opened its doors in July 2006 a little over three years after demolition began at the site. Visit the home of Arsenal Football Club!read more
White Hart Lane
The Club first came to this present site in 1899 when it was a disused nursery owned by the brewers Charrington. Visit the home of Totenham Hotspur Football Club!read more
Wembley Stadium opened in 2007 and was built on the site of the previous 1923 Wembley Stadium. It hosts the latter stages of the top level domestic club cup competition, the FA Cup.read more
Madame Tussauds wax museum
Millions and millions of people have flocked through the doors of Madame Tussauds since they first opened over 200 years ago and it remains just as popular as it ever was.read more
Lord's Cricket Ground
Lord's has long been seen as the 'Home of Cricket' and the game's spiritual 'headquarters'. But its importance is not merely historical. In practice it remains, to this day, perhaps the most important single place in world cricket. read more