St Pancras connects London to the Midlands, as well as the rest of Europe via the Eurostar service.
You can get trains to and from Paris, Brussels and Amsterdam on the Eurostar, making it one of the country's few international stations. For those arriving from the UK, the main routes stopping here are on the Midlands and Thameslink services. Visitors travelling from Sheffield, Nottingham and the Midlands, as well as on Southeastern services, will arrive at St Pancras.
There's a visitor information point, which is an ideal start for finding out about the station's services and everything you can see nearby. Toilets (including accessible facilities) and baby changing services can also be found here. There are cash machines, as well as a bureau de change close to the Eurostar arrivals and departures gates.
There are kiosks serving snacks and drinks like sandwiches, pastries and coffee, as well as restaurants on site. You can pick up food supplies and other essentials from the supermarkets, or even pop into the clothes shops if you've not packed enough for your trip.
Find out what you can discover a short walk from St Pancras, with plenty of history and beautiful surroundings to appreciate. There are also great places to eat or go for a drink, without having to venture far from your hotel.
Come in and check out the art and artefacts on display at the country's most important library. There are also spaces to sit and relax with a coffee or, of course, do some reading in inspiring surroundings right next to St Pancras. The building itself is an architectural masterpiece that stands in contrast to the station.
Find out about the life and work of the famous Victorian novelist, who wrote classics like Oliver Twist and Great Expectations. The museum is his former house, and is a gorgeous example of a grand 19th-century home that's been extremely well preserved for all to enjoy.
Close to St Pancras, you'll find this iconic music venue, which puts on big-name performances and a series of superb club nights. It's one of the best places to go for a dance and drinks with friends on a trip to London, and you won't even need to get public transport back to your hotel!