Sights and Attractions near The Blues Kitchen

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, 111-113 Camden High Street, Camden Town, London NW1 7JN
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Jewish Museum
London > Attractions > Museums
Raymond Burton House, 129-131 Albert Street, Camden Town, London NW1 | 3 minutes walk from The Blues Kitchen
The Jewish Museum in Camden reopened on Wednesday 17th March 2010 following a 10 million transformation which brought the collections of the Jewish Museum and... More
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Painted Earth
London > Attractions > Activities for Kids
Arch 65, The Catacombs, Stables Market, Camden, Camden Town, London NW1 | 9 minutes walk from The Blues Kitchen
As well as housing a renowned ceramic art gallery, Painted Earth offers kids a fantastic opportunity to test their own artistic talents. Supervised by friendly... More
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Camley Street Natural Park
London > Attractions > Parks and Gardens
12 Camley Street, King's Cross, London N1C | 11 minutes walk from The Blues Kitchen
Camley Street Natural Park's two acres of woodland, water and wild meadow, concealed in the urban heart of King's Cross, have a 'secret garden' feel... More
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ZSL London Zoo
London > Attractions > Attractions for Kids
Regent's Park Outer Circle, Primrose Hill, London NW1 | 12 minutes walk from The Blues Kitchen
London Zoo in Regent's Park is one of the world's most famous zoos and home to over 12,000 animals. 'Meet the Animals' shows are held... More
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House of Illustration
London > Attractions > Art Galleries
2 Granary Square, King's Cross, London N1C | 14 minutes walk from The Blues Kitchen
House of Illustration, the first permanent home of the charity of the same name, opened in Granary Square, King's Cross, in summer 2014 with an... More
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Pancras Square
London > Attractions
King's Cross, London N1C | 14 minutes walk from The Blues Kitchen
Set between King's Cross and St Pancras stations, Pancras Square is a public square with restaurants, offices, green space and a gently flowing stepped water... More
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Gasholder Park
London > Attractions > Sights
Goods Way, King's Cross, King's Cross, London NW1 | 14 minutes walk from The Blues Kitchen
At 25 metre-tall, 35 metre-wide, Gasholder No 8, disused since 2001, is the largest of the gasholders at King's Cross. Originally built as a... More
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Granary Square
London > Attractions
Good's Way, King's Cross, London N1C | 15 minutes walk from The Blues Kitchen
The same size as Trafalgar Square, Granary Square is at the heart of King's Cross where the Eurostar departs and emerged as part of... More
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King's Cross Pavilion
London > Attractions > Sights
Granary Square, King's Cross, London N1C | 15 minutes walk from The Blues Kitchen
Designed by Stirling Prize winning architects Stanton Williams, the firm behind the nearby Granary Complex which includes Central Saint Martin's, King's Cross Pavilion occupies an... More
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British Library
London > Attractions > Museums
96 Euston Road, King's Cross, London NW1 | 15 minutes walk from The Blues Kitchen
With over 150 million items, a copy of every publication produced in the UK and Ireland, artwork by artists such as Antony Gormley and Eduardo... More
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Primrose Hill
London > Attractions > Parks and Gardens
Primrose Hill Road, Primrose Hill, London NW3 | 15 minutes walk from The Blues Kitchen
This small, grassy, hilly park, boasting fantastic views over London, has become increasingly popular with the young, the trendy and the famous – particularly from... More
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John Ritblat Gallery - Treasures of British Library
London > Attractions > Art Galleries
The British Library, 96 Euston Road, King's Cross, London NW1 | 15 minutes walk from The Blues Kitchen
The John Ritblat Gallery contains a permanent display of over 200 of the British Library's greatest treasures. It includes documents which made and recorded... More
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Lewis Cubitt Park and Square
London > Attractions
Handyside Street, King's Cross, London N1C | 15 minutes walk from The Blues Kitchen
On Stable Street in King's Cross, a short walk from Granary Square, Lewis Cubbit Square is the home of street food market KERB and host... More
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Wellcome Collection
London > Attractions > Art Galleries
183 Euston Road, Bloomsbury, London NW1 | 16 minutes walk from The Blues Kitchen
A major and fascinating cultural venue, the Wellcome Collection combines three galleries: 'Medicine Man', 'Medicine Now' and 'special exhibitions'. In addition you'll find the famous... More
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176 Gallery
London > Attractions > Art Galleries
176 Prince of Wales Road, NW5 | 16 minutes walk from The Blues Kitchen
A welcome addition to the North London arts scene which, until 176 opened, was not overwhelmed with great galleries. This is the new home of... More
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St Pancras Church
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
Euston Road, Bloomsbury, London NW1 | 16 minutes walk from The Blues Kitchen
Completed in 1822, St Pancras Church was the most expensive church to be constructed since St Paul's was rebuilt after the Great Fire. This Greek... More
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King's Cross Foot Tunnel
London > Attractions
1 Pancras Square, King's Boulevard, King's Cross, London N1C | 16 minutes walk from The Blues Kitchen
The 90 metre long pedestrian tunnel designed by Allies & Morrison, the architects who designed the masterplan for the entire King's Cross redevelopment, links St... More
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Guardian News & Media Gallery
London > Attractions > Art Galleries
90 York Way, King's Cross, London N1 | 16 minutes walk from The Blues Kitchen
For an interesting take on print journalism and the machinations of the media world pay a visit to the gallery situated in the foyer of... More
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Regent's Place Plaza
London > Attractions
350 Euston Road, Fitzrovia, London NW1 | 17 minutes walk from The Blues Kitchen
Regent's Place Plaza is at the heart of Regent's Place, a 13 acre site in London's West End that accommodates close to 12,000 workers and... More
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Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology
London > Attractions > Museums
Malet Place, University College London, Bloomsbury, London WC1E | 17 minutes walk from The Blues Kitchen
The Petrie Museum, located within University College London, is one of the largest and most fascinating collections of Egyptian archaeology anywhere in the world. There... More
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London Canal Museum
London > Attractions > Museums
12-13 New Wharf Road, King's Cross, London N1 | 18 minutes walk from The Blues Kitchen
A trip to the Canal Museum reveals there's more to London's man-made waterways than just enjoying a day out in a narrow boat. You'll learn... More
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Bolivar Hall at Venezuelan Embassy
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
54-56 Grafton Way, Fitzrovia, London W1T | 18 minutes walk from The Blues Kitchen
Part of the Venezuelan cultural complex located at 54 Grafton Way in Fitzrovia, London, Bolivar Hall first opened its doors to the public in 1986... More
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St Marylebone Parish Church
London > Attractions > Historic Buildings
Marylebone Road, Marylebone, London NW1 | 21 minutes walk from The Blues Kitchen
Designed by the Bank of England architect Sir John Soane, the Holy Trinity Church, St Marylebone, was built in a Grecian style with a tower... More
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RIBA Cafe
London > Attractions > Cafes and Delis
66 Portland Place, Fitzrovia, London W1B | 21 minutes walk from The Blues Kitchen
London’s architecture seamlessly blends the old and new world together, and there could not be a more appropriate place to admire this fluid magnificence than... More
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RIBA Gallery
London > Attractions > Museums
66 Portland Place, Fitzrovia, London W1B | 21 minutes walk from The Blues Kitchen
Opened in 2014, the RIBA Gallery - housed in the Royal Institute of British Architecture - was created by six of... More
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Madame Tussauds
London > Attractions > Attractions for Kids
Marylebone Road, Marylebone, London NW1 | 21 minutes walk from The Blues Kitchen
In 1835, Marie Tussaud - former sculptor to the court of Louis XVI - established a sideshow of waxworks of famous contemporary and historical figures... More
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Gagosian Gallery Britannia Street
London > Attractions > Art Galleries
6-24 Britannia Street, King's Cross, London WC1X | 21 minutes walk from The Blues Kitchen
The Gagosian is a cavernous space for exhibitions of the highest calibre. It is a major asset for the regeneration of the King's Cross area.... More
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The Foundling Museum
London > Attractions > Museums
40 Brunswick Square, Bloomsbury, London WC1N | 22 minutes walk from The Blues Kitchen
The Foundling Museum is one of London's real hidden treasures. Originally established in 1739 as a hospital which looked after abandoned children, the museum now... More
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Pollock's Toy Museum
London > Attractions > Attractions for Kids
1 Scala Street, Fitzrovia, London W1T | 23 minutes walk from The Blues Kitchen
Crammed inside two townhouses (one 18th, the other 19th century) on a pretty sidestreet you'll find this historic haven for toys of all kinds. Named... More
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Ambika P3
London > Attractions > Art Galleries
35 Marylebone Road, Marylebone, London NW1 | 23 minutes walk from The Blues Kitchen
Located within the University of Westminster - Marylebone's campus, the vast 14,000 foot P3 exhibition and performance space - a former concrete-testing facility - is... More
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Jake & Ryan's Tuesday Takeover
Comedy | On 23rd January 2018 

The Camden Head 1 minute walk from The Blues Kitchen

Top stand-up from established comedians, hosted by Jake Howie and Ryan Dalton....More

O.R.K.
Concerts | On 23rd January 2018 

Underworld 2 minutes walk from The Blues Kitchen

The four-piece band that features members of King Crimson, Porcupine Tree and Obake, performs contemporary progressive rock material. Lizzard, Addiktio ...More

Disco Lagos: A Night In Africa
Clubbing and Nightlife | On 23rd January 2018 

The Jazz Cafe 3 minutes walk from The Blues Kitchen

Tony Allen and Fela Kuti band member Bukky Leo with Black Egypt celebrate the rich musical history of the great ...More

Anna MacDonald
Concerts | On 23rd January 2018 

The Green Note Cafe 4 minutes walk from The Blues Kitchen

The multi-instrumentalist singer and songwriter performs Celtic folk and traditional Gaelic songs....More

The Fretless
Concerts | On 23rd January 2018 

The Green Note Cafe 4 minutes walk from The Blues Kitchen

The four-piece from Canada transform fiddle tunes and folk melodies into intricate, beautiful, high-energy arrangements....More

Winter Happiness Festival
Winter Happiness Festival
Exhibitions | Until 4th February 2018 

Museum of Happiness 5 minutes walk from The Blues Kitchen

Get rid of your January blues this weekend with the help of the Winter Happiness Festival. Taking place at the ...More

 
Morris Dance Class
Exhibitions | Until 20th March 2018 

Cecil Sharp House 7 minutes walk from The Blues Kitchen

Literary & Education, Dance Workshop....More

Escapists
Concerts | On 23rd January 2018 

The Barfly Camden 12 minutes walk from The Blues Kitchen

Guitar-driven indie-pop from the ensemble....More

Lucinda Rogers: On Gentrification
Lucinda Rogers: On Gentrification
Exhibitions | Until 11th February 2018 

House of Illustration 14 minutes walk from The Blues Kitchen

The House of Illustration has commissioned English artist Lucinda Rogers for a new exhibition examining the city's changing landscape. Lucinda ...More

 
Gerald Scarfe: Stage and Screen
Gerald Scarfe: Stage and Screen
Exhibitions | Until 10th February 2018 

House of Illustration 14 minutes walk from The Blues Kitchen

Head to The House of Illustration this autumn for a rare opportunity to see little-known production designs by celebrated political ...More

 

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Brixton Rooftop: The Last Dance
Brixton Rooftop: The Last Dance
Clubbing and Nightlife | From 26th January 

Brixton Rooftop

Before closing its doors to make way for ...More

 
Kaleidoscope Festival
Concerts | On 21st July 

Alexandra Palace

This summer, Alexandra Palace presents brand new music and arts festival, Kaleidoscope. The details are still vague but it's billed as the first festival of its kinds at the venue, with live music from an ...More

Great British Bab Off
Great British Bab Off
Foodie Events | On 11th February 

Le Bab

Stephen Tozer and Ed Brunet, founders of Soho's gourmet kebab restaurant Le Bab, present the ...More

 
Le Bab
Le Bab
Dining 

Everyone's favourite post-drinking snack has been given a revamp at London's first gourmet kebab restaurant, ...More

 
Valentine's Day at the Museum of Brands
Seasonal | From 10th February 

Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising

This Valentine's, enjoy 2for1 admission at the Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising. The venue is offering the deal to anyone who brings date between February 10th to ...More

St. Valentine's Day at The Zetter
Seasonal | On 14th February 

The Zetter Hotel

The Zetter Hotel in Clerkenwell invites you and your better half to indulge in a decadent seven-course tasting menu this Valentine's Day. Being served in Club Zetter, the ...More

Tidy Up
Tidy Up
Theatre | From 16th February 

Southbank Centre

A work by the charming Peutetre Theatre company about chaos and order for children....More

 
Arabic Poetry of Love and Lust
Seasonal | On 14th February 

The Queen Of Hoxton

Head to the cosy Moroccan WigWam sitting atop The Queen of Hoxton this Valentine's Day for Arabic Poetry of Love and Lust. Celebrating feminine wit and desire, the ...More

The Potato Puppet Playground
The Potato Puppet Playground
Kids Events | From 17th February 

The CentrE17

The humble potato becomes the root of spud-related ...More

 
Valentine's DIY Porn Workshop
Seasonal | On 14th February 

The Book Club

Things are getting raunchy at The Book Club this Valentine's Day with the DIY Porn Workshop. For those who have always wanted to create a naughty home movie ...More

The CentrE17
Entertainment 

CentrE17 is a vibrant performance venue in Walthamstow, run by the community, for the community....More

Little Mochi Man
Little Mochi Man
Theatre | On 3rd February 

Half Moon Young People's Theatre

Mixing modern and traditional Japanese forms of storytelling and inspired by the traditions of Shogatsu ...More

 
The Coach Makers Arms
The Coach Makers Arms
Dining 

The Coach Makers Arms from Cubitt House combines a bar, first floor dining room, and ...More

 
The Gunmakers
The Gunmakers
Drinking 

An historic 19th Century public house in Clerkenwell taken over by the people who brought ...More

 
Harringay Arms
Harringay Arms
Drinking 

Embracing its traditional charms the pub's owners, brothers Ben and Anthony, have breathed new life ...More

 
Wildflower
Wildflower
Dining 

Set within south London creative hub Peckham Levels, Wildflower is an informal vegetarian and vegan ...More

 
The Spread Eagle
The Spread Eagle
Dining 

One of London's oldest pubs, The Spread Eagle in Homerton focuses on premium liquor, fine ...More

 
The Crystal Maze LIVE Experience
The Crystal Maze LIVE Experience
Entertainment 

Bringing the fantasies of many '90s children and ...More

 
Real Ale, Maida Vale
Real Ale, Maida Vale
Shopping 

Real Ale is a craft beer and natural wine specialist on Formosa Street, Little Venice....More

 
London Events 2018
London Events 2018
Feature 

The Old Vic celebrates its bicentenary in 2018, the Royal Academy of Arts is ...More

 
August in London 2018
Article 

Summer favourites like the Notting Hill Carnival and Kids Week return and two Open Air Theatre productions are staged in London during August 2018. ...More

July in London 2018
Article 

A Monster Calls at the Old Vic in July 2018 when Lovebox and Citadel move to Brockwell Park and Wimbledon serves up an ace. Sam Mendes directs The Lehman Trilogy at the National where Rhys ...More

 
 
 
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