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Information about parking near Kings Cross

King’s Cross station on Euston Road – located in the London borough of Camden – is easy to drive to from the A1 coming into London, as you need only turn onto Euston Road straight from there.

Parking near to King’s Cross – whether that’s on-street or off-street – can be difficult, with very high charges and often a limited amount of spaces available. Parking a little less central and completing your journey via public transport may be a good option.

JustPark provides information on plenty of parking options near King’s Cross, many with the added convenience of being reservable spaces.

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Additional Information

Some additional information about parking in kings cross, to cater to all your parking needs

  • On-street parking

    King’s Cross station is in one of the many Controlled Parking Zones in the London borough of Camden and parking here is limited to pay-and-display spaces, with many solely reserved for permit holders. On-street parking charges typically apply from 8.30am-6.30pm, Monday-Friday, but are very limited and are amongst the most expensive in London.

    You can use the JustPark parking map to find information on available on-street parking spaces near King’s Cross station.

    Location Operator Price Max Stay
    Northdown Street N1/CPZ B London Borough of Islington £0.10 / minute 4 hours
    Wharfdale Road/CPZ B London Borough of Islington £0.66 / 10 minutes 4 hours
    Balfe Street N1/CPZ B London Borough of Islington £0.83 / 10 minutes 2 hours
    Crinan Street/CPZ B London Borough of Islington £0.83 / 10 minutes 2 hours
    Killick Street, N1/CPZ B London Borough of Islington £0.83 / 10 minutes 4 hours

  • Off-street parking

    There is actually a surprising lack of off-street car parks around King’s Cross station considering its profile as a major Central London station. Neighbouring St. Pancras International car park (Pancras Road, London, N1C 4QP) operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and offers a very convenient place to park for King’s Cross. However, the fares at this car park are very pricey, so it may be worth considering parking a little further afield.

    Handyside car park (3 Canal Reach, London, N1C 4BA) is one such option around a 10 minute walk from the station but this too is quite a costly option – albeit marginally cheaper than St. Pancras’s. This car park is open from 8am-10pm every day of the week.

    JustPark offers a range of reservable off-street parking spaces nearby – in both council and commercially-run car parks, as well as at hotels, offices and on private driveways. You can browse these options and book a guaranteed space via our website or app.

    Location Operator Price Max Stay
    St Pancras Station London Borough of Camden £6.10 / 20 minutes
    Judd Street London Borough of Camden £12.00 / 2 hours
    Travelodge London Farringdon London Borough of Islington £2.00 / hour
    Brunswick Square London Borough of Camden £11.00 / 2 hours
    Bernard Street London Borough of Camden £3.00 / hour

  • Public transport

    King’s Cross station is the Southern terminus of the East Coast Main Line, with regular trains to and from the North and Scotland.

    King’s Cross also shares an underground tube station with neighbouring St. Pancras, forming Kings Cross St. Pancras tube station, which collectively serves six underground lines in all directions.

  • Disabled parking

    Disabled drivers displaying their Blue Badge can park in any on-street pay-and-display or resident permit space free of charge – and for an unlimited amount of time.

    You can filter when searching on JustPark to show all our parking spaces with disabled access around King’s Cross (select this option by clicking ‘Filters’ on the search results page).

  • Parking restrictions & event days

    Parking restrictions are quite stringent in the Kings Cross area, with very limited spaces made available due to its central location. Many spaces are reserved solely for resident permit holders – or on many streets, parking is prohibited altogether, such as on London red routes – so be sure to check before your park.

    On the JustPark map, we’ll only show you spaces which you’re allowed to park in/are not restricted at the times you search for.

  • Overnight, weekends & bank holidays

    On-street parking restrictions generally do not apply on any Bank Holiday or on Sundays, but always check signage that may specify special restrictions all year round for some spaces.

    Overnight parking is available at the St. Pancras International car park but be aware that fares can be very expensive for 24 hour and overnight stays.

    Enter your dates and times on our search results page to see what’s available overnight.

  • Drop-off and pick-up

    Drivers can drop-off and pick-up in the parking bays on Pancras Road as long as they do not leave their vehicles unattended.

  • Nearby attractions

    King’s Cross is one of the busiest stations in London, and with good reason – because there’s lots to do. After all, it was Harry Potter’s choice of station on his journey to Hogwarts. You can even take a super-touristy photo of you pretending to ride a trolley through a wall if you don’t mind queueing up behind the hundreds who are just as keen. If that’s not to your fancy, the King’s Cross area is a vibrant and modern area filled with quirky buildings, bars and restaurants for you to enjoy.