Coal Drops Yard is open to visitors at all times. The stores are generally open 10am to 8pm Mon-Sat and 10am-5pm on Sundays. The restaurants and bars are open until late. Please check retailer pages for details.
The King’s Cross Visitor Centre will help you make the most of your visit. You can learn about the history of the area, discover things to see and do, and see how the development at King’s Cross will unfold over the coming years.
Open Monday to Friday, 10am – 5pm and Saturday 10am – 4pm
Tel: 020 3479 1795
The team also runs free guided tours where you’ll learn about the area’s industrial heritage and what’s in store for the future. Or discover King’s Cross at your own pace with the self-guided tours.
Free wifi: There’s free, unlimited wifi all day, every day. To connect, simply click on the wifi network ‘King’s Cross N1C’. Find out more here.
Toilets: You’ll find public toilets on Lower Stable Street (south) including 2 accessible WCs with a family room. And in the Western Coal Drop (north) including 1 accessible WC and family room.
ATMS: There are three ATM machines in Western Coal Drops
Parking: If you are driving to King’s Cross, the 250 bay Handyside Car Park can be found in the Tapestry building. There are disabled parking bays at The Plimsoll Building and at West Handyside Canopy. See parking on the map.
Bike hire and parking: There are several Santander Cycle docking stations in and around King’s Cross. On-street bike parking bays are marked on this map, and you’ll find a bike interchange at Evan’s Cycles between the stations where you can park securely. Visit On Your Bike for more information.