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Welcome to London Kings Cross, home of St Pancras International. Plan and buy your train tickets to anywhere in the UK.

King's Cross is reached by 14 bus routes.
The routes are numbers 10, 17, 30, 45, 46, 59, 63, 73, 91, 205, 214, 259, 390 and 476.

Free WiFi - At King’s Cross WiFi is free to everyone.

London’s five international airports are within the hourThere are direct services to Heathrow, Gatwick and Luton airports

King’s Cross St Pancras transport hub links six London Underground lines with two national mainline train stations and international high speed rail. London’s five international airports are within an hour. And Euston Station – with service to Manchester, Liverpool and Birmingham – is a five minute walk.

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A 322 space NCP car park is located on Pancras Road.

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Cruising on the Thames is one of the top attractions in London as there is no better way to see London than from the relaxed comfort of a modern sightseeing boat.
City Cruises is London’s No.1 sightseeing tour on the Thames and carries around 3 million passengers every year.

River Cruise, London’s most exciting sightseeing tour, a Thames river cruise. From the awe-inspiring Houses of Parliament to the ancient Tower of London (with its gruesome past) and onto the Royal Palace of Greenwich, experience the best views the Capital has to offer while enjoying a carefree cruise along the River Thames
  • British Museum (2 km) - The UK's largest museum and the oldest museum in the world is also one of the worlds greatest. Exhibitions include 'Britains Top Ten Treasures' and 'Egyptian Mummies' and many more. The British Museum is free to all visitors.
  • British Library
  • National Gallery (3 km) - The National Gallery overlooks Trafalgar Square and features works by Leonardo da Vinci, Van Gogh, Monet, Titian and Turner amongst over 2300 in the collection, owned by the people of the United Kingdom. Entry to the National Gallery is Free, although there may be a charge for entry to some of the temporary exhibitions
  • Tate Modern (3 km) - The Tate Modern is a museum of modern art housed in a building, designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, which used to be the Bankside Power Station. Opened in 2000 by the Queen, Tate modern has a collection of modern art from 1900 to the present day and includes works by Dali, Picasso and Warhol amongst others. There are seven floors of exhibits with excellent views over London from the top floor overlooking the Thames. The Tate Modern is Free to enter although there may be a charge many of the temporary exhibitions. There is now a Tate-to-Tate boat taking visitors from Tate Britain to Tate modern
  • British Airways London Eye (3 km) - The British Airways London Eye is one of the most inspiring and visually dramatic additions to the London skyline. At 135m high, it is the world's tallest observation wheel, allowing you to see one of the world's most exciting cities from a completely new point of view
  • The Natural History Museum (6 km) - The Natural History Museum is located in a stunning building with a Romanesque interior. The museum contains over 70 million animals, plants and fossils and includes interactive displays and guided tours. Entry is Free! Nearest tube is South Kensington tube
  • Victoia and Albert Museum (5 km)
  • Tower of London (4 km) - The Tower of London was founded by William the Conquerer almost 1,000 years ago. A huge stone stronghold - In places the tower is nearly 100 feet heigh and its walls 15 feet thick - the tower was built on the banks of the River Thames to protect London and to assert the power of the King. It continued to house English Kings and Queens until after the death of Henry VII in 1509. Its use as a prison began in the reign of Henry III and in 1303 it served as a treasury when the crown jewels were moved here from Westminster Abbey and they remain here to this day. The Tower of London was still used as a prison as recently as World War II. Many famous prisoners have been executed here including Thomas More, Lady Jane Grey and Anne Boleyn, whose ghost is said to haunt the tower. The tower is also famous for the yeoman guards, or 'Beefeaters', and for the Ravens - according to legend, at least 6 ravens must remain here or the Tower and the monarchy will fall
  • Tate Britain (5 km) - The Tate Britain is situated alongside the Thames at Millbank and exhibits British Art from 1500 to the present day. Tate Britain includes works by Blake, Constable, Gainsborough and J.M.W. Turner and also hosts the annual Turner Prize exhibition. Entry to Tate Britain is free, although there may be an admission charge for entry to the many special exhibitions. There is now a Tate-to-Tate boat taking visitors from Tate Britain to Tate modern
  • Madame Tussaud's & The London Planetarium (3 km) - Madame Tussaud's world-famous waxwork collection was founded in Paris in 1770. It moved to England in 1802 and found a permanent home in London's Marylebone Road in 1884. The 21st century has brought new innovations and new levels of interactivity. Now you can score for England with Sven-Goran Eriksson watching, or give a speech with Bush and Blair by your side. There is a Chamber of horrors and a Spirit of London ride taking visitors through 400 years of change in one of the world's greatest cities. Expect long cues in the summer or book a fast track ticket
  • Science Museum (5 km) - Entry to the Science Museum is Free. There are over 300,000 items here including Crick and Watson's model of DNA and an IMAX theatre.