King's Cross Local Information (WC1, N1)
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An area which has undergone a rapid and dramatic revitalization over the past few years, beginning with the British Library moving here in 1998.
With the opening of the international rail terminal at St Pancras Stations and the development of Kings Cross Central, this part of the Capital is fast becoming a great place to live.
King's Cross - Culture - things to do and places to go
The British Library has exhibitions and talks throughout the year. Well worth a look.
Gagosian Gallery, 6-24 Britannia Street - Super-modern gallery with cutting-edge art on display.
London Canal Museum, 12-13 New Wharf Road, N1
The Courtyard Theatre, 10 York Way N1
The Place, 17 Dukes Road
The Shaw Theatre, 100 Euston Road NW1
King's Cross - Green and open spaces
Camley Street Natural Park - a two-acre nature reserve on the banks of Regents Canal.
Myddleton Sq EC1 (in the grounds of St Marks Church), IslingtonRegent Square Gardens
King's Cross - Transport
A guide to Holborns travel with real time reports on tubes etc. click here
Kings Cross, St Pancras, Angel, Euston and Euston Square
For details of the local bus network please visit www.tfl.gov.uk/buses
King's Cross - Eating, drinking, shopping
Camino Spanish restaurant, 3 Varnishers Yard, Kings Cross, N1
020 7841 7331
Great Nepalese Restaurant, 48 Eversholt Street NW1
020 7388 6737
Greens and Beans (Organic), 131 Drummond Street NW1
020 7380 0857
Somers Town Coffee House, 60 Chalton Street NW1
020 7691 9136.
King's Cross - Linkswww.stpancras.com