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King's Cross Station is one of the largest, busiest, and most iconic train stations in all of London with access to the railways and the tube (the British subway system). Nearby, you’ll find tons to see and do, not to mention the shops and restaurants you’ll find within King's Cross Station if you’re simply passing through.
If you’re a Harry Potter fan, check out Platform 9 and ¾. That’s right - King's Cross Station is where the Hogwarts Express left from London in the magical series. You might also check out the statues and monuments, both inside and outside the station, or have a cocktail while you wait for your train.
A short walk outside King's Cross Station, you can enjoy the history of the area on your way to the British Library. You might always take some time to relax in the area’s green spaces. The dancing fountains at Granary Square are always a treat and the Coal Drops Yard is a newer development with lots to see and do.
The point is, although King's Cross Station’s main purpose is to welcome and send off trains and passengers, it’s also a lively place with plenty to explore, both in the station itself and just outside its walls.
With that, you’ll need somewhere to store your luggage. Bounce has easy-to-find luggage storage options for bags of any size all throughout the city. You’ll have a much more enjoyable time at King's Cross Station if you don’t have to tote around all your belongings.
King's Cross Station is a destination in and of itself. Grab burgers at Five Guys, check out the skincare line at The Body Shop, and, of course, you can’t miss Platform 9 and ¾. With the Harry Potter franchise taking over the world, it’s made King's Cross a household name. Other must-sees in King's Cross are the Dent Clock, the statue of John Betjeman, and a statue called The Meeting Place, also known as the Lovers’ Statue.
Out on the streets surrounding King's Cross Station, there’s still so much to explore including:
The British Library
The IFO (art installation)
Coal Drops Yard
Charles Dickens Museum
The Wellcome Collection
Waitrose Cookery School
Tube lines: Circle, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan, Northern, Piccadilly, and Victoria
London bus: 17, 30, 46, 63, 73, 91, 205, 214, 390, 259, 476, N63, N73, N91, N205
As a major transport hub in London, many travelers passing through King's Cross Station have a lot of luggage. However, you may have a few hours to kill before you check into your Airbnb or before your train leaves for your next stop.
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As we’ve mentioned, there’s not only a lot do within King's Cross Station, but there’s plenty to explore just outside.
Starting with what you can do in King's Cross Station, walk around exploring all the statues, artifacts, and fun additions made after the success of the Harry Potter books and films. Plus, with the largest champagne bar in Europe, Searcy’s Champagne Bar is also located inside.
There are tons of places to eat and shop at King's Cross Station. You can think of it like a busy airport that helps travelers pass the time waiting for the next leg of their trip.
The real fun, however, starts when you head outside. Visit the British Library, take a walking tour of the local history, and enjoy the dancing fountains at Granary Square. Stroll through Canopy Market, eat ice cream at Ruby Violet, and take a boat tour of Regent’s Canal.
If you’re in the mood for a museum, the Charles Dickens Museum is close to King's Cross Station as well as the Wellcome Collection. But, if you’re around at night, you might grab dinner at Dishoom (which is actually inside King's Cross), play arcade games at Simmons Bar, or enjoy rooftop views at Big Chill House for refreshing food and drinks.
You might even branch out a little further if you’ve got extra time on your hands and check out Camden Town, just a short walk or bus ride away. Live music venues in the area gave names like Amy Winehouse and Pink Floyd their starts, and you’ll enjoy finding vintage goodies at boutique shops on Camden High Street.
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The top-ranked middle to high-range hotels near King's Cross Station are Royal National Hotel, Savoy Hotel, and St Pancras Renaissance London Hotel. When traveling on a budget, the best hostels near King's Cross Station are Clink78, Generator London, and Clink 261.
The most popular restaurants to visit when near King's Cross Station are Burger & Lobster, Flat Iron, and Coal Office.
Check out the nearby Leicester Square, The Regent's Park, and Primrose Hill.
While nearby, you can check out British Museum, Pollock's Toy Museum, and Guildhall.