The Kings Cross area is a hive of culture and has many wonderful things to see and do no matter what your interest. For any historical buffs out there the London Canal Museum is close by as is the St Pancras Old Church which is the oldest Christian worshipping site in the UK.
If you want a visit that is more arts orientated the Kings Cross area is perfect for you as it is home to The Kings Place an arts centre that is host to music, theatre and comedy acts throughout the year and the Glasgosian Gallery which made Kings Cross its permanent home in 2004.
For anyone who wants to escape the hustle and bustle the Camley Street Natural Park is available to walk around. You can spend the time spotting wildlife, relaxing by the pond or learn more about the park in the visitors centre. If at some point you get puckish you can grab a quick snack at the Sourced Market in St Pancras International or try the Filling Station a converted petrol station that now offers a rotating selection of delicious world foods to take away.
The Kings Cross area is really a great place to start off your London visit and if you want any further information on attractions and restaurants, please ask our staff and they will be happy to help you.