The Art and Joy in King's Cross, WC1
King’s Cross is located in the inner city part of Greater London, taking space in both the London Borough of Camden and the London Borough of Islington. It is most famous for the eponymous King’s Cross railway station, one of the major railway stations in England. It has seen a great development through the years, first recorded as a village named Battle Bridge, and later a red lights district. The area’s regeneration started sometime in the 1990s and has not gone back since.
It offers a lot in terms of art and cultural establishments, as here you can visit places like the London Canal Museum, which will give you all the information you want about London’s canals; or the British Library, which is the largest library worldwide and both a Grade I listed building and a centre for library research. You can also see the Gagosian Gallery, a place of contemporary art collected by art dealer Larry Gagosian.
In the King’s Cross railway station you can witness the memorable place which every Harry Potter fan will recognise – the infamous Platform 9¾. Just don’t try to go through the wall, as many kids have no doubt attempted. There are also a few other memorable things that refer to King’s Cross in music and film, such as it being the setting for The Ladykillers, or the theme of a song by the Pet Shop Boys.
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