Attractions near Kings Cross Residences

Camden Lock Market

Camden Lock is at the heart of Camden Town’s thriving markets area. Open 7 days per week, Camden Lock Market comprises stalls and shops selling everything from vintage clothing to hand-made jewellery and artwork to gifts, music and more. There’s also food stalls offering a large variety of cuisines.

Hamstead Heath

Hampstead Heath is a large, ancient Londonpark, covering 320 hectares This grassy public space sits astride a sandy ridge, one of the highest points in London, running from Hampstead to Highgate. Running along its eastern perimeter are a chain of ponds – including three open-air public swimming pools

Highgate Cemetery

The final resting place of some very famous Londoners, Highgate Cemetery is a wonderfully overgrown maze of ivy-cloaked Victorian tombs and time-shattered urns. Visitors are free to wander through the East Cemetery, with its memorials to Karl Marx, George Eliot and Douglas Adams, but the most atmospheric part of the cemetery is the foliage-shrouded West Cemetery, laid out in 1839. This part is only accessible on an organised tour.

London Zoo.

Since the Victorian times, the zoological gardens in Regent’s Park have amused and enlightened visitors of all ages, but in the past 15 years the Zoological Society London has changed the proposition here beyond recognition. Gradually the 36-acre park has been rebuilt to support conservation, ensure animal welfare and to make your animal encounter a more inspiring experience.

British Museum

London’s busy home for ancient finds and cultural treasures from across the centuries, discovered across the world. Opened in 1759 it was the first national museum to be open to the public anywhere in the world. It’s permanent collection, numbering some 8 million works, is among the largest and most comprehensive in existence and originates from all continents, illustrating and documenting the story of human culture from its beginnings to the present.