Euston is one of the earliest railway stations in London and one of the busiest, opening as early as 1837, but the current design of the station looks sleek and modern. Located in Camden, Euston station’s roof was originally built using wrought iron, a common material of the 19th century, and designed by famous English architect Philip Hardwick. The re-development of Euston experienced various challenges because the original station was considered a jewel of classic architecture. Today the station is utilized best as a hub for travellers of the British Isles, balancing its functional purpose with an exclusive selection of nearby attractions above ground.
- Tour the famed British Library on Euston Road, the national library of the United Kingdom, and browse over 150 million items collected over 250 years.
- Regent’s Park, close to Euston Station, contains the London Zoo as well as countless outdoor and family activities.
- The Wellcome Collection, one of London’s most interesting and innovative exhibition spaces, features galleries and live performances examining the curiosities of science, art, and history.
Tourists can reach the Euston railway station through Virgin trains and buses. Virgin trains manage several intensive networks in several platforms. Tourists from Birmingham and Wolverhampton can be transported to the station with at least one train per hour. Other tourists from major cities and towns also have at least one train per hour to transport to Euston. If you’re in London already, the station is accessible through several lines and bus routes around the city.
753 hotels near Euston
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