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London Euston has plenty on its doorstep, as well as having great transport links with Kings Cross, London St Pancras and Euston Square station all within walking distance, London Euston is also close to many of the cultural hotspots in London.
London Euston is home to the British Library and the Senate House Library as well as being close to the British Museum, which are all local favourites for study and academic gatherings. If you are looking to soak up some scientific knowledge, head to the Wellcome collection which has a fantastic permanent exhibition as well as changing current exhibitions informative on a host of different topics. With University College London, SOAS and the University of Westminster, and the University of Birbeck all located close to London Euston, there is a thriving student scene which compliments the buzzing bars and restaurants in the area.
Parking in London Euston can be tricky to navigate, with much of the parking restricted in Controlled Parking Zones and only a very small car park being located at the station. It is hard to find parking at London Euston train station, and around Euston Station, parking restrictions are in place Monday to Friday 8:30am – 6:30pm. There are no controlled hours on weekends. However, take care as the Fitzrovia and St Pancras side of Euston road has restrictions in place Monday to Friday 8:30am – 6:30pm and Saturdays 08:30am – 18:30pm.
NCP car parks offer Euston train station parking, which is less than 10 minutes’ walk from the station with the closest being London Brunswick Square and London Kings Cross St Pancras. These spaces tend to fill up quickly when looking for parking at Euston station so make sure to check online to see if the car parks are full before you plan on parking up.
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Getting to London Euston Station
London Euston Staton is located on Euston Road and Eversholt Street, the postcode is NW1 2DU and it is only a short drive towards Soho or other popular surrounding areas from London Euston.
London Euston station has great transport links with Kings Cross, London St Pancras and Euston Square station all within walking distance. London Euston Underground Station is on the Victoria Line and Northern Line, and it is only a few minutes’ walk from London Euston train station to tube. You can also take the tube from Kings Cross or Euston Square and reach London Euston train station on foot in under 10 minutes.
Electric Vehicle Parking
You can charge your car at a number of locations near London Euston station, including on Malet Street, Warren Street and Camden NCP Woburn Place (there are 12 sockets in this car park).
As you may know already, Disabled Parking badges allow you to park for longer in most spaces and often for free!
In London Euston, disabled parking is available at Euston station’s on-site car park. There are also disabled parking spaces allocated in the NCP car parks nearby, including at London Kings Cross St Pancras.
Alternatively, you may find other on-street options more convenient, as your Blue Badge entitles you to better parking opportunities. With a valid Blue Badge, you can park on:
- Any on-street pay and display space, no maximum stay and free of charge. This also applies to resident parking permit restricted areas
- Any on-street space labelled with the Blue Badge sign, within the regulated hours.
- Double and single yellow lines for up to three hours, unless there is a ban on loading or unloading. Again, check local signs for any additional local restrictions.
- Any on-street limited waiting bay, all day
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Can I leave luggage at Euston station?
Good news is you can leave luggage at the Excess Baggage Co, at London Euston train station departures at the top of the ramp to platforms 16 – 18. This deposit location is open Monday – Sunday 7:00am – 11:00pm. You are also able to pre-book storage for heavy, awkward or high-value luggage at one of the station's left luggage facilities. That way you can make sure you can explore the city baggage free!
Is there parking at St Pancras station?
There is very little on-street parking available at St Pancras Station. Parking restrictions are in place in the area Monday – Friday 8:30am – 6:30pm, and parking is in high demand outside of these hours. One option is the St Pancras international car park, which has high charges: £6 for up to 20 minutes and £8.50 for 40 minutes to 1 Hour. It is also only possible to book a space at St Pancras International car park if you are looking to park for over 6 hours. Another option available to you is the NCP car park at Kings Cross St Pancras, which has pre-booking options available and is only a short walk from London Euston and London St Pancras station.
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What is there to do at Euston station?
Euston station is close to many exciting London highlights, including cultural institutions, universities and beautiful outdoor spaces. Whilst in the area, make sure to check out The British Library, the University College London Campus and the Wellcome collection. Only a short walk beyond these destinations is picturesque Russel Square with a local café on the corner, as well as Tavistock Square Gardens, Brunswick Square Gardens and Bloomsbury Square.
Is there a taxi rank at Euston station?
Euston Station is equipped with many facilities, including a taxi rank. The taxi rank pick-up and drop-off is directly outside the front of the station. Key features include two drop-off and pick up spaces for people requiring mobility assistance as well as six pick up spaces and eight drop-off spaces.
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