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Granary Square

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Granary Square
Granary Square

Time Out says

Filled with choreographed fountains (1,080 water spouts, operating 8am-8pm daily, and lit in many colours at night), the square’s terracing down to the canal is populated most sunny days. No wonder: there’s a ready supply of students from Central Saint Martins, which in 2011 moved into the building behind- a sensitively and impressively converted, Grade II-listed 1850s industrial building. The square is also home to Queer Britain, UK’s first museum dedicated solely to LGBTQ+ culture and history. 

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Rosie Hewitson
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Rosie Hewitson


Granary Square
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Tube: King’s Cross Rail: St Pancras/King’s Cross
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Kings Cross Visitor Centre: Monday to Saturday 10 am-5 pm, Sunday 10am-4pm
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Classic Car Boot Sale

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Car boot, but make it classy. Unlike your usual boot sale, there’s no tat being flogged out of the back of a Ford Fiesta here. Instead Granary Square and Coal Drops Yard at King’s Cross are gearing up to be dotted with rare classic vehicles from which vendors will be selling vintage fashion, homewares and collectibles. Mobile eateries will be dotted between the old-school cars and campervans, while DJs will be impressing purists and pop lovers with vintage vinyl.   

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