Is Kings Cross a nice place to live in?

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Wikipedia gives us the quick following overview of the area: “ King’s Cross railway station, also known as London King’s Cross, is a passenger railway terminus in the London Borough of Camden, on the edge of Central London. It is in the London station group, one of the busiest stations in the United Kingdom and the southern terminus of the East Coast Main Line to Yorkshire and the Humber, North East England and Scotland. Adjacent to King’s Cross station is St Pancras International, the London terminus for Eurostar services to continental Europe. Beneath both main line stations is King’s Cross St Pancras tube station on the London Underground; combined, they form one of the country’s largest and busiest transport hubs. “

Some great things about Kings Cross

At Cozee we looked at elements defining the area like restaurants, nightlife, parks, and more. Whether you’re a foodie or night owl, Kings Cross has something for you. Check out spots below to get a feel for life in Kings Cross.

Gyms to stay in shape in Kings Cross

In Kings Cross, using the public parks is not for everyone. Finding out if you are able to attend a local gym or leisure centre nearby may be a good idea if you are trying to move to the area perhaps for permanent residency.

Gym Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Anytime Fitness King’s Cross Unit 2, Nido Building, 200 Pentonville Road, London 4.3 168
Cally Pool & Gym 229 Caledonian Road, London 4.3 333
Self Defence Central London 134 Chalton Street, London 4.3 21
Pancras Square Leisure 5 Pancras Square, London 4.3 559
FRAME Kings Cross ArtHouse, Unit 1 York Way, London 4.3 142
igoyogi 16 Brydon Walk, London 4.3 N/A
GO Mammoth Yoga Winton Primary School, 62-68 Killick Street, London 4.3 N/A
Osteo.Pilates – Central London Osteopathy & Pilates 27 Canal Reach, London 4.3 17
nimosfitness London 4.3 N/A
CA Medical 285 Grays Inn Road, London 4.3 26
Yoga at Helios 116 Judd Street, London 4.3 N/A
RebelStudio. 100-102 Cromer Street, London 4.3 67
Central YMCA at KX 120 Cromer Street, London 4.3 19
F45 Camden 39 Plender Street Basement, Centro 1, London 4.3 244
Fujian White Crane Kung Fu & Tai Chi – Camden & London West Central 17 Duke’s Road, London 4.3 N/A
MoreYoga CAMDEN BRANCH, 2 Bayham Street, London 4.3 171
Body in Motion Pilates 24 Copenhagen Street, London 4.3 28
K Body Studio Urban Kings Gym, 4 Bravingtons Walk, London 4.3 2
Sweaty Betty Unit 3, 3 Pancras Square, London 4.3 9
Q2 Sports Centre 1 York Way, London 4.3 4

Are there a lot of supermarkets in Kings Cross?

Grocery shopping is something that people do all the time, so it would make sense to want to find out where the nearest shopping centres are in your area. In Kings Cross, Take a look at the major supermarkets nearby, so you know where to go grocery shopping if you are to make this place your home.

Supermarket/Grocery store name Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Sainsbury’s Local Unit 8 Kew Bridge Road, Brentford 3.3 64
Fibrisol Service Ltd 16 Colville Road, London 3.4 8
Sainsbury’s 31 Essex Place, London 4.2 2794
M&S Simply Food Gunnersbury Avenue, London 3.3 11
Sainsbury’s Local 15-16 The Broadway, Gunnersbury Lane, London 2.9 48
Marie’s Store Maries General Store, 11 Cunnington Street, London 3 29
Budgens 4-6 Fauconberg Road, London 3.8 95


Kings Cross has a range of different eateries. This is important for someone who is moving to an area who wants to be able to eat out and not cook every day. The below table gives you an overview of what options you have.

Restaurant Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Premier Inn London Kings Cross hotel 26-30 York Way, London 4.3 2366
Premier Inn London Euston hotel 1 Duke’s Road, London 4.3 2209
Kings Cross Inn Hotel 9-11 Euston Road, London 4.3 1609
New Market Ale House, Hotel & Restaurant Newmarket Ale House, 17 York Way, London 4.3 459
Premier Inn London St Pancras hotel 88 Euston Road, London 4.3 2256
The British Library 96 Euston Road, London 4.3 2656
Camino King’s Cross 290 – 292 Pentonville Road, London 4.3 2998
Central Station 37 Wharfdale Road, London 4.3 149
Rotunda Bar and Restaurant 90 York Way, London 4.3 1028
Big Chill King’s Cross 257-259, Pentonville Road, London 4.3 2410
The Somers Town Coffee House 60 Chalton Street, London 4.3 1773
The Star of Kings 126 York Way, London 4.3 1520
Le Pain Quotidien St Pancras International Unit 4, London 4.3 1627
The Water Rats 328 Grays Inn Road, London 4.3 1670
Addis 40-42 Caledonian Road, London 4.3 680
German Gymnasium 1 King’s Boulevard, London 4.3 4928
Norfolk Arms 28 Leigh Street, London 4.3 668
Mabel’s Tavern 9 Mabledon Place, London 4.3 1696
Mai Sushi 36-38 Chalton Street, London 4.3 838
McDonald’s 302/304 Pentonville Road, London 4.3 3817

Museums & Galleries

The vitality of a community stems from its residents who live, work, and engage with one another. Exploring an area through art offers a fresh perspective. If you’re considering relocating to Kings Cross, we highly suggest exploring the local galleries, museums, and cultural establishments. They offer delightful weekend activities and contribute to the vibrant atmosphere of the region.

Museum name Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
London Canal Museum 12/13 New Wharf Road, London 4.5 259
QUEER BRITAIN 2 Granary Square, London 4.8 196
n.b. Tarporley Kings Place, 90 York Way, London N/A N/A
People’s Museum Somers Town 52 Phoenix Road, London 5 33
New Gallery of Digital Art 24 Britannia Street, London N/A N/A
V21 Artspace Hamilton House, Mabledon Place, London N/A N/A
Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Gallery 130 Euston Road, London 5 2
Maichel Toy Store 218 Eversholt Street, London N/A N/A

Public houses of Kings Cross

As Londoners, we love our local pubs. Kings Cross has great ones to become your new regular spot. Consider these if visiting or moving to the area of Kings Cross.

Pub name Name Address Description
Albion 10 Thornhill Road London N1 1HW A very beautiful, late Georgian, ivy-clad building which was once a coaching inn. The Albion won The Observer Food Monthly award for “Best Sunday Lunch 2009” and is one of The Independent’s “Top 50 Sunday Lunch Venues” and The Guardian’s “Best Pubs in the UK”. Example dishes include Lamb Shoulder Shepherds Pie with Buttered Carrots for £14.50 and Smoked Haddock & Salmon Fishcake w Peas a la Francaise & Soft Poached Hen’s Egg for £15.50.
Alpaca 84-86 Essex Road London N1 8LU Closed for approx 2 months from beginning of Jan 2020 for a comprehensive refurb and now reopened as The Alpaca – we were reassured this would not have any impact upon its listed features.
Alwyne Castle 83 St Pauls Road London N1 2LY Trading for a while as just The Alwyne (the Alwyne family were Earls of Northumberland and Lords of Canonbury Manor), the pub is now a typical Islington upmarket refurbishment with voluminous sofas, low tables and exposed ducting. Gastro-pub style food is offered daily, for fuller details go to their website with sample menus. There is a large outside seating area with patio heaters. Tuesday quiz nights. Disabled people will welcome the ramped access and accessible toilet. As well as the draught cask beers a selection of Czech pilsners, German lagers and American “craft” beers are available.
Angelic 57 Liverpool Road London N1 0RJ Formerly The George, a Greene King pub, this is an imposing Victorian pub next to Sainsburys; which in its current incarnation places it firmly into the gastro camp. It is large and open yet still retains some original features, namely the bar areas and support pillars, ceiling and tiles above the back bar, windows, door and fireplace. The huge windows let in lots of light and the sofas around the fireplaces are popular spots. An indoor fountain by the basement toilets was an unusual feature. Food served through the day goes all the way from snacks to full meals (steaks, burgers, sausage & mash). Hugely popular with the local, young affluent set.
Baring 55 Baring Street London N1 3DS InJuly 2022 The Baring reopened as a quite posh gastropub/restaurant with seating area at the bar but most tables set up for dining (though when visited some punters were just having a session). Reopened under the management of Adam Symonds and chef Rob Tecwyn. Oct 2023 – one cask beer from Five Points, keg offerings from Anspach & Hobday, Five Points and Harbour.
Camden Head 2 Camden Walk London N1 8DY A marvellous example of a Victorian pub, Grade II listed, built in 1899 and restored in 1969 by architect Richard Gradidge. It was then that the pub lost its separate bars (clearly evidenced by the three splendid entrances, albeit one’s blocked off); sections of the original partitions, with the engraved faceted glass, being reused to form part of the alcoves. The island bar remains the same with a splendid clock from Pond’s of Clerkenwell and a blown glass gin bottle. Most of the etched, bowed windows are original although some were replaced as exact replicas in 1969. Stained and painted glass panels in the function room come from a nearby, demolished pub. Beautiful fireplace is original although tiles added during a more recent refurbishment. Waiter bell mechanism remains. Large outside terrace. Comedy club nightly free. The nearby area is packed with antiques shops and similar establishments. Beer range varies.
Canonbury Tavern 21 Canonbury Place London N1 2NS Reverted to its original name in 2016. Two-thirds devoted to restaurant space. Comfortable modern furniture. Very large garden area to side and rear. In 2014 became an accredited member of the CAMRA LocAle scheme, beers may be sourced from various London breweries such as Sambrook’s, Hammerton and Hackney. Sunday quiz. No local beers found Jan 2024. In 2015 taken back by Young’s into direct ownership/operation. It has has been a public house since the early 1700’s and boasts a rich and varied history.
Castle 54 Pentonville Road London N1 9HF The Castle is open following refurbishment on a visit made on 15th April 2023.
Cellar Taps 125 Newington Green Road London N1 4RA There used to be six handpumps but now there are 3 pouring cask beer – we think Doom Bar will be a regular and N1 perhaps as well. Changed name to Cellar Taps some time in 2022.
Central Station 37 Wharfdale Road London N1 9SD Formerly Prince Albert. Long recognised as one of London’s “best and innovative” independent late-night venues for the gay and lesbian community. For details of all events and exact food times visit their website. B&B double and single rooms available.
Compton Arms 4 Compton Avenue London N1 2XD Under new ownership and now reopened and given a lick of paint and new wood floor amongst other details but with the layout unchanged. Three to four ales, though how ‘regular’ they’ll be remains to be seen. Now owned by Nick Stephens (Locals Club Ltd) of the Gun in Well Street, Homerton. Belly is the new Kitchen at the Compton Arms after the FourLegs residency came to a close (see their website). Table bookings are only take for food.
Crown 116 Cloudesley Road London N1 0EB Sept 2023 – REGULARS are campaigning to ensure their treasured pub is preserved forever after it was put on the market. More at
De Beauvoir Arms 113 Southgate Road London N1 3JS Large corner Victorian pub which was the Jolly Farmers for more than a century until it acquired a poor reputation. The person who took it over called it the Dog & Dumplings, he looked through a list of pub names and chose that because there was only one other in the country.
Drapers Arms 44 Barnsbury Street London N1 1ER Period pub re-opened in 2001 after being closed for over 3 years and reverting to its original name. Built by the Drapers Livery Company it probably originally had three bars. It has been opened up around a central bar and three fireplaces, and has a light and airy feel. It has a mixture of pub furniture, dining tables and settees. Apparently, Islington Labour Party was founded here in an upstairs room, so now you know who to blame! The pub closed again in 2008 but reopened bought by Ben Maschler (son of restaurant critic, Fay Maschler), who has expressed a firm commitment to keeping the Drapers very much as a pub for locals, as well as one offering good food and wines. Certainly, the comprehensive refurbishment has been sensitively handled and the pub and upstairs dining room look all but the same as before. The intention is to continue with a policy of regular guest beers and there are three real ales on at present. Per their website, their dining room is available for private hire for parties of up to 50 people.
Duke of Cambridge 30 St Peter’s Street London N1 8JT Set on a corner, the Duke is very much a gastro pub with a range of up to four organic cask beers which may come with no finings, so don’t judge the beers with your eyes! There are large plain glass windows, which gives the pub a light airy feel with the dark blue ceiling being offset by the beige walls. The wooden floors and tables add to the bistro atmosphere. A smaller, more intimate eating area at the back of pub leads to a courtyard with seating. There is additional outside seating at the front. The pub is certified by The Soil Association and, as you will see from their website, they have a very ethical policy.
Eagle 2 Shepherdess Walk London N1 7LB The Eagle is a very cosy pub with a warm welcome from the staff. The pub has four real ale pumps, with three real ales on at the time of a visit in May 2023 – being Salt Tweed, Birmingham Pale Brummie & Bays Orangutan. Also has a QR code you can scan to see what Real Ales are on next. Traditional British pub food is on offer, including Sunday roasts. In Summer the beer garden is a real asset and is the perfect way to spend an evening.
Earl Of Essex 25 Danbury Street London N1 8LE A craft beer house, 4 cask handpumps plus plenty of craft keg (up to 14 taps) which did have its own on-site brewery but this ceased operations some time ago. Real ale comes from an ever changing list of breweries both local and national. In addtion two real ciders are served an handpump.
Engle Field 340-342 Essex Road London N1 3PB After considerable building work reopened in April 2021 with a new name – Engle Field – it’s at the junction with this eponymous street. The operators also run the Hunter S. On a visit on 13/01/24 despite all the pump clips facing the customer, only Landlord was available.
Famous Cock Tavern 259 Upper Street London N1 1RU Reopened in Feb 2018 after a ÂŁ600k investment by Stonegate which has brought the basement back into use as a jazz music venue – the Jam & Rye bar (open from 5pm and all day Sunday). Both craft and cask beer are advertised. It is a large single room pub with booths and larger tables at front street-side entrance, adjacent to Highbury and Islington station. Sports on TV screens dominates and can be loud, sometimes two different games are being shown. Outside drinking and smoking area at the back. The beer range will vary from established larger regional breweries.
Fellow 24 York Way London N1 9AA Revitalised as a gastro pub as a part of the Regent Quarter development by King’s Cross station. Reopened in 2008, renamed after a 1990s racehorse. Ground floor bar is in a very modern, open-plan style with an open kitchen and on first glance you might think it was a restaurant. Upstairs is a roof terrace and at the top, another bar/function room. For food serving times visit their website. The lease was acquired by Young’s in Oct 2014 and they announced their intention to add it to their (now defunct) Geronimo brand of pubs
Fox on the Green 1 Islington Green London N1 2XH An impressive building occupying a corner site on Islington Green with terrace seating. Refurbished in April 2016.
Foxglove 209-211 Liverpool Road London N1 1LX Feb 2022 – Several passes over the weeks then a visit last night and all occasions have revealed two cask ales (ELB’s Foundation and Quadrant on my visit) then two unused pumps. Now cosy and low lighting.
George & Vulture 63 Pitfield Street London N1 6BU Newly refurbished in February 2008. A single traditional large bar now restored to its comfortable Victorian splendour. Open fire. Large leather sofas and traditional oak tables. Popular with rugby enthusiasts and pub quizzers on Tuesday nights. Large outside seating area on the streets. They boast to be the tallest pub in London – since 1870. Well worth the walk up from Old Street tube. Food comprises Sour Dough Pizzas and Sides from an open kitchen, Sunday roasts (noon – 18.00) plus meat platters.
Hanbury 33 Linton Street London N1 7DU This is a pleasant and surprisingly large street corner pub in the back streets of Islington. Originally called the Hanbury Arms. It has recently been taken over by True Pub Co., refurbished and re-opened in October 2020. It has up to 4 Real Ale Taps and 3 Rotating Craft Beer taps along with a range of world & premium beers.
Hemingford Arms 158 Hemingford Road London N1 1DF Built in 1855, and rebuilt in the early 20th century, this former Friary Meux house was originally four rooms, now merged into one, but with a number of drinking areas. Listed carved mahogany back cabinet embellished with carved lionheads, and incorporating old style bar cash office, few of which survive. Walls adorned with old theatre posters, enamel advertising plates and pictures. One of the earliest gas pressure gauges still in existence is here. Ceiling festooned with anything you can think of, musical instruments, tricycles, old lamps, – you name it, it’s there. There are 5 handpumps at front with 4 currently in use. The 2 at the rear seem to be essentially for decoration.
Hen & Chickens 109 St Pauls Road London N1 2NA Situated on Highbury Corner opposite Highbury & Islington tube and over-ground station the main attraction of this establishment is the upstairs theatre which stages theatrical performances and live, mainly rock, music, hence the unconventional opening hours. The downstairs bar, however, operates as a normal(ish!) pub and retains some of its traditional Victorian features including nice tile work under the dado in the bar.
Hope & Anchor 207 Upper Street London N1 1RL A famous music pub which still keeps its end up. Music in the basement (usually Friday and Saturdays) and a juke box. A one-roomed pub on the ground floor with lovely arched windows, now of course totally see-through. The usual Islington style of mixed tables and chairs. Fom the pub’s own website –
Hunter S 194 Southgate Road London N1 3HT At times during the latter half of 2022 cask beer has not been available here but the position of having one or two real ales seems to have steadied. Landlord is favourite. The operators also run The Englefield in N1. The food hours are not shown on their website and are based on info we received in 2021.
Island Queen 87 Noel Road London N1 8HD In May 2023 a 50th Anniversary Award was made to the pub as it had been serving cask ale and been an entry in CAMRA’s first Good Beer Guide and is still selling cask today. The beer then was Charrington’s IPA. So one beer then and twoe now – but in the interim the other 3 handpmups were often in use and hopefully sales will recover to allow another cask beer to appear.
Islington Town House 13 Liverpool Road London N1 0RW Situated conveniently for Chapel Market traders, locals and visitors alike. After a period of closure, has become Hippo Inns sixth site, a joint venture between Enterprise Inns and Geronimo Inns founder Rupert Clevely. From a company news release, “There is a large bar area, a snug, open bar area and dining area available for hire for up to 26 covers. The modern light fittings and artwork are juxtaposed with traditional British pub features, including wooden beer pumps, wingback chairs and original features from the building. The space features artistic attractions such as a life-size mannequin, ornamental birdcages and gold metallic globe lights. The food menu features a selection of small plates focusing on modern and creative dishes alongside favourites.”

In Kings Cross, is there a lot of green space?

One of London’s greatest features are the large green spaces that cover the surface of the city. Check below if Kings Cross is a good fit for you. Be it for a simple walk or for a casual summer picnic.

Park Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Argyle Square Public Basketball Court 9 Argyle Square, London 4.1 60
Camley Street Natural Park, London Wildlife Trust 12 Camley Street, London 4.6 489
Handyside Gardens York Way, London 4.4 83
Lewis Cubitt Park Lewis Cubitt Park, Handyside Street, London 4.3 420
Green Spaces for People 305 Grays Inn Road, London N/A N/A
Barnsbury Community Centre 12 Jays Street, London 4.7 36
Living Wall – Tileyard 27 Tileyard Road, London N/A N/A
Calthorpe Community Garden Calthorpe Community Garden, 258-274 Grays Inn Road, London 4.6 358
Joseph Grimaldi Park 11 Collier Street, London 4.1 217
Argyle Square London 3.7 32
Canalside Green Steps Regent’s Canal Towpath, London 4.7 86
Granary Square 1 Granary Square, London 4.5 7337
Wharf Road Gardens 2 Granary Square, London 4.4 7
Regent’s Canal Towpath, London Regent’s Canal Towpath, London 4.4 10
Olympic Ring Park Camley Street, London 3.7 3
Vert the green sculpture Battlebridge Court, 32 Wharfdale Road, London 3.5 2
Gasholder Park London 4.6 407
Community garden 5 Lewis Cubitt Walk, London 4 1
Saint Pancras Gardens Camley Street, London 4.5 533
Bemerton Meadow 189 Copenhagen Street, London 4 2

The amenities you might need in Kings Cross

Below is a list of the places you may want to check out if the area of Kings Cross. This can really help you out when you are moving to an area or neighbourhood.

Post offices in Kings Cross

Nearby post offices make sending and getting packages a breeze. Post office branches in Kings Cross provide services like money orders and postal insurance alongside mail services. You can take a look for yourself to see where they are located below.

Post Office Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Caledonian Road Post Office 320 Caledonian Road, London 3.3 87
Crowndale Road Post Office 18- 22 Crowndale Road, London 3 38
Pentonville Road Post Office 112 Pentonville Road, London 3.4 43
Local Post Box White Lion Street, London 5 1
York Way Post Office 134-136 York Way, London 3.9 14
Caledonian Road (186) Post Office 186-188 Caledonian Road, Barnsbury Estate, London 2.1 10
Royal Mail Group 328 Grays Inn Road, London 3.6 7
Post Box 320 Caledonian Road, London 5 2
320 caledonian road n1 1bb 320 Caledonian Road, London 0 0
Royal Mail Parcel Postbox 1 Barnby Street, London 0 0
Royal Mail Postbox London 4.5 4
Post box Agar Grove, London 0 0

Tube & Train stations within the region of Kings Cross

Most want transit less than a 15 minute walk from home. We put together train and tube stations in Kings Cross to help find the optimal area for you. It could be that you don’t mind walking or it could be that public transport is necessary for you to get around.

Train or tube station name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
St Pancras International Euston Road, London 4.4 3881
Euston Euston Road, London 4 2720
King’s Cross Euston Road, London 4.4 2784
King’s Cross St. Pancras 9AL Underground Ltd, St. Pancras, N 1, Euston Road, London 4.4 936
Mornington Crescent Underground Ltd, Mornington Crescent Station, Eversholt Street, London 4.1 97
Euston Underground Ltd, Eversholt Street, London 4.1 110

Health amenities that are in Kings Cross

Kings Cross has 17 medical institutions. These include hospitals, doctors offices, pharmacies and other stores providing medical attention. Here are the details the nearby medical institutions (1000 radius of the area).

Medical institution Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
NHS St Pancras Hospital 4 Saint Pancras Way Inpatient Unit, South Wing, Pancras Road, London 3.2 58
Nuffield hearing centre 45 Swinton Street, London N/A N/A
Somers Town Medical Centre 77-83 Chalton Street, London 3 115
Richardson’s Wellbeing Clinic Unit 1b, Radio, Art House, 1 York Way, London 5 29
Medi Turkey London 90 York Way, London N/A N/A
TCM IVF 90 Caledonian Road, London N/A N/A
Oriel Project Supplies Department, 4 Saint Pancras Way, London N/A N/A
Hunter Street Health Centre FIRST FLOOR, LAFFAN WARD, HUNTLEY HEALTH CENTER, 4 Saint Pancras Way, London N/A N/A
St Pancras Diabetic Centre 4 Saint Pancras Way, London N/A N/A
Kienecker Medical 285-287 Grays Inn Road, London 4.3 4
Mary Rankin Dialysis Unit 4 Saint Pancras Way, London 3.9 15
Tycho MedLink 103c Camley Street, London N/A N/A
InPractice 344, 354 Grays Inn Road, London N/A N/A
Carae Home 37 Muriel Street, London N/A N/A
Pivotal 253 Grays Inn Road, London N/A N/A
DocTap Private GP 1st Floor, 20 Flaxman Terrace, London 4 33
Crowdale Heath Centre Crowndale Road, London N/A N/A

What schools are nearby in Kings Cross?

Having a nearby school is a plus when moving. Below are schools located by Kings Cross. This table is especially important to pay attention to if you are trying to find a place for your child to learn in the next few years.

School Name Address Average Rating Number of ratings
Chartered Institute Of Housing Headland House, Grays Inn Road, London N/A N/A
Oakdale College Ltd Susan Lawrence Hostel, 170 King’s Cross Road, London N/A N/A
Elizabeth Garrett Anderson School Donegal Street, London 3.4 12
The Gower Primary School 10 Cynthia Street, London 5 5
Malvern House London 200 Pentonville Road, London 4.8 297
Edith Neville Primary School 85 Polygon Road, London 4 4
NEDonBoard 34b York Way, London 5 12
Elliot Foundation 144 York Way, London 4 1
King’s Cross Academy 4 Wollstonecraft Street, London 4.3 6
Frank Barnes School for Deaf Children 4 Wollstonecraft Street, London 4.1 14
Naish court youth & community Trust 170 Copenhagen Street, London N/A N/A
Blessed Sacrament R C Primary School Boadicea Street, London 4.4 9
The Ace Guitar Academy 1-6 Field Street, London 5 1
Kids in Motion 12 Jays Street, London 5 4
Dance at your Wedding 298 Caledonian Road, London 5 15
Pre-school Learning Alliance South Division The Fitzpatrick Building, 188 York Way, London N/A N/A
Mindfulness London Hamilton House, 4 Mabledon Place, London N/A N/A
Maiden Lane Community Nursery 156 Saint Paul’s Crescent, London 4.3 34
BAYO TheVocalCoach 10, Camden Studios, Camden Street, London 4.9 128
Lucy Phillips Coaching 164 Eversholt Street, London N/A N/A

What to do in the area of Kings Cross

It could be that Kings Cross has a lively atmosphere with many activities happening and there are ways to find this out. To discover what to do in your area, we recommend looking at sites like Timeout that list weekly events in Kings Cross. We want to make finding things easy, so here’s a link to see upcoming happenings in Kings Cross. Also, knowing what’s available in Kings Cross and where helps when getting to know a new place. That’s why we made a map with property price info from this article to simplify your search.

What areas are nearby?

If you are not completely sure that you want to move the area check out our other guides about cities in the nearby vicinity

Neighbourhood name Link to our guide
Whitehall See the guide here
St. James’s See the guide here
Horton See the guide here
Moorfields Eye Hospital See the guide here
Charing Cross See the guide here
Royal Academy See the guide here
Leicester Square See the guide here
Temple See the guide here
Mayfair (south) See the guide here
Mayfair (north) See the guide here
Covent Garden See the guide here
Chinatown See the guide here
Blackfriars See the guide here
Cannon Street See the guide here
Grosvenor Square See the guide here
Regent Street See the guide here
Aldwych See the guide here
Soho (south east) See the guide here
Soho (north west) See the guide here
St Paul’s See the guide here
Hanover Square See the guide here
Bank of England See the guide here
Brompton See the guide here
Soho Square See the guide here
Fetter Lane See the guide here
New Oxford Street See the guide here
Liverpool Street See the guide here
St Bartholomew’s Hospital See the guide here
High Holborn See the guide here
Broadgate See the guide here
Marylebone See the guide here
Barbican See the guide here
Great Portland Street See the guide here
Hatton Garden See the guide here
Harley Street See the guide here
Finsbury See the guide here
Finsbury (west) See the guide here
Chenies See the guide here
Fitzrovia See the guide here
Farringdon See the guide here
Great Ormond Street Hospital See the guide here
Bloomsbury See the guide here
Shoreditch See the guide here
Bunhill Fields See the guide here
University College London See the guide here
St Luke’s See the guide here
Lisson Grove See the guide here
Finsbury Estate See the guide here
St Pancras See the guide here
Clerkenwell See the guide here
Euston See the guide here
Somers Town See the guide here
Hoxton See the guide here
St John’s Wood See the guide here
Haggerston See the guide here
De Beauvoir Town See the guide here
Islington See the guide here
Camden Town See the guide here
Barnsbury See the guide here
Primrose Hill See the guide here
Swiss Cottage See the guide here
Canonbury See the guide here
Chalk Farm See the guide here
Belsize Park See the guide here
Kentish Town See the guide here
Highbury Fields See the guide here
Newington Green See the guide here
Gospel Oak See the guide here
Tufnell Park See the guide here
Highbury See the guide here
Holloway See the guide here
Dartmouth Park See the guide here
Archway See the guide here
Upper Holloway See the guide here
Whitehall See the guide here
St. James’s See the guide here
Horton See the guide here
Moorfields Eye Hospital See the guide here
Charing Cross See the guide here
Royal Academy See the guide here
Leicester Square See the guide here
Temple See the guide here
Mayfair (south) See the guide here
Mayfair (north) See the guide here
Covent Garden See the guide here
Chinatown See the guide here
Blackfriars See the guide here
Cannon Street See the guide here
Grosvenor Square See the guide here
Regent Street See the guide here
Aldwych See the guide here
Soho (south east) See the guide here
Soho (north west) See the guide here

Looking for a detailed analysis of the property market? Check out our analysis at a postcode level here.

Postcode area Link to our property price guide
N1 See our property price guide for N1
WC1X See our property price guide for WC1X
N1C See our property price guide for N1C

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