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King's Cross

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Planning your visit

Address: Central St Martins, London, N1C 4AA View on Google map

Price: Once you're there, it won't cost you a thing

Toilets: Free public toilets are available in St Pancras station

Admit it - you travel through Kings Cross and St Pancras stations every day. But have you thought about that waterway you pass as your train leaves the station? Sitting just behind the stations is the Regent's Canal. It's an unexpected oasis of calm and peace amid the hectic pace of long distance rail travel.

Just a short walk away you'll discover Camley Street Natural Park - a quiet corner in the heart of the city, right next to Regent's Canal. For history lovers, the London Canal Museum will give you a unique perspective of the heritage right on your doorstep.

Things to do and see

Places to visit:

Boat trips:

Picnic spot:

Yes a picnic in London - grab a few treat and picnic on the steps of St Martins

Wildlife spotting:

London's canals are a great way to see some of the city's wildlife. You may see newborn terrapins basking in the sun as well as our friends the ducks and swans

Getting here

By train/tube - there's no parking, but Kings Cross and St Pancras stations are extremely close, and they have most tube lines

By boat - there are visitor morrings along this stretch but some of them are subject pre-bookable conditions. Check in with our London team for details or see our facilities details

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