Euston Fire Station
The 1902 Euston Fire Station opposite St Pancras New Church is a wonderful example of Arts and Crafts architecture.
For visitors, the real highlight is a visit to the Sir John Ritblat Gallery where the most precious manuscripts, spanning almost three...
Focusing on the interface of art, science and medicine, this clever museum is surprisingly fascinating. There are interactive displays...
As the name suggests, this was, in a former life, the booking office of St Pancras train station. The space has been transformed into a...
One of the very few London restaurants brave enough to serve the fiery cuisine from Sichuan area in western China. Give your tastebuds a...
17 Duke’s Rd · interesting places nearby
One of London's most exciting cultural venues, this was the birthplace of modern British dance; it still concentrates on challenging and experimental choreography. Behind the late-Victorian facade you’ll find a 300-seat theatre, an arty, creative cafe atmosphere and a dozen training studios. The Place sponsors an annual Place Prize, which awards new and outstanding dance talent. Tickets cost £12 to £25.