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Big Bus London Hop-On Hop-Off Tour and River Cruise with Optional London Eye
$49.09 per adult
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Explore London's King's Cross Area
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Euston Road, London NW1 2AL England
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King's Cross St. PancrasUnderground1 min
EustonUnderground10 min
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Ghosts, Ghouls & Gallows: London Virtual Tour
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Ghosts, Ghouls & Gallows: London Virtual Tour

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Discover the haunted side of London on a virtual ghost tour that reveals haunted houses, cemeteries, and harrowing historic tales. A great way to learn more about London without leaving the security of your own home, this tour includes an array of interesting details from your guide. Plus, interactive quizzes keep you engaged and ensure you don’t get bored. All tour times are in the British Summer Time timezone.
$6.99 per adult
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nawaz19 wrote a review Dec 2020
Leeds, United Kingdom25 contributions8 helpful votes
We visited on 8/12/2020 and on way our train to Bradford foster saqure was 16.35 pm and platform was 0.we bought tickets online but when approach on gate for enterting one white lady and black male was very busy in chatting they supposed to be do in private room not on station.we were waiting more then 20 minutes then black male open gate for us but we were 3 and went back. Gate hit my 5 year old son.i wana ring police but then I left but still they didn't notice anything. Such shame for this kind of useless staff
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Michael B wrote a review Nov 2020
Bellflower, California16,803 contributions627 helpful votes
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King's Cross railway station, also known as London King's Cross, was designed by the Lord Mayor of London's younger brother Lewis Cubitt in 1850. It was built as a hub for the Great Northern Railway, with 12 platforms underneath the impressive roof that was modelled after the riding school of the Czars of Moscow. One of the first passengers of importance who used this station regularly was Queen Victoria on her trips to Balmoral castle in Scotland. We use this station a lot, when coming to town from Cambridge. The new Western Concourse opened in 2012 followed by the fully restored original Victorian entrance a year later. There are lots of coffee houses and eating places scattered around the whole station. A great place to sit and people watch. TIP: Pay attention when using this station as there are many new entrances, and over 300 meters of new passageways. Thanks for reading. I’ll appreciate a thumbs up below if you’ve found this helpful.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Wildcat7400 wrote a review Oct 2020
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia784 contributions240 helpful votes
We walked from St Pancras International Train Station & crossed the road to King’s Cross Station for a quick dinner. King’s Cross Station was built in 1852 & was once the largest railway station in Britain. Now, it has developed into one of the busiest & attractive underground stations following a restoration project in 2007. There’s free WiFi too. However, for tourists like myself, the most important thing is to visit Harry Potter’s 9 3/4 Platform inside the building. The famous Platform 9 ¾ can be found on the wall on the concourse level. There was already a long queue of both children & adults waiting to take a photo. We didn’t stand in line but just managed a photo or 2 with all the others in the background. There’s also a Harry Potter Shop nearby. Hardcore fans will totally be spoilt for choice. There are also many shops & eateries for you to check-out. We went to Wasabi Sushi & Bento for a quick Japanese meal which was surprisingly delicious! I wouldn’t mind spending the day doing some shopping at this tube station.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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TeamWard wrote a review Sep 2020
Nottingham, United Kingdom4,296 contributions6,188 helpful votes
Excellent station Kings Cross certainly is with its beautiful designed roof inside and the layout is a traditional English train station, well organised and maintained, always very busy around the large travel board.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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desito07 wrote a review Aug 2020
Portsmouth, United Kingdom1,428 contributions207 helpful votes
Quite busy station and some lack of social distancing from passengers. However the staff was doing their best to remind people to check their face cover and use sanitiser often! Thank you for the great effort team! It’s a much more modern building compared to St Pancras station! There is charm here!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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