If you’re interested in the history of King’s Cross, how it’s been developed, and what’s in store in the future, then why not book into this free 45-minute talk at the King’s Cross Visitor Centre.
You’ll learn how this historic 67-acre site has been transformed over the last 10 years from an industrial wasteland into an exciting new part of the city.
The talk takes place around the model. Due to social distancing, a maximum of 6 people can attend. Please note that face coverings are required whilst inside the Visitor Centre. There are no toilet facilities at the Visitor Centre at present, you’ll find the nearest facilities in Coal Drops Yard.
The talks are weekly and usually run every Mon-Sat at 11 am. Book your spot on the talk here.
You’ll find the King’s Cross Visitor Centre on Stable Street, just off Granary Square. Opening hours are Monday – Friday 10am – 5pm and Saturday 10am – 4pm.