London is one of the most well connected cities of the world. Londoners and visitors enjoy through tubes, trains and buses. If you are coming into London or transiting via the Euston station, you cannot miss exploring some of the London’s most magnificent things to do and see in this buzzing area. Here’s a list of things we recommend you must try here and make your trip to London an exceptional one.
At this famous theatre you can attend various events and performances. See what’s playing when you are there, and experience the rich London culture in all its glory. With a great seating capacity of 547, it showcases creative and innovative music, drama, comedy and dance throughout the year.
The Place Dance School and Theatre
Very close to the Euston station is this artistic haven, called the Place. UK’s premier centre for contemporary dance, this organisation offers a school for full-time vocational dance training is the country’s most buzzing dance theatre, breeds an internally acclaimed touring company and an extensive range of dance classes. You can enjoy here as spectator even chill in their awesome in-house café bar.
Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology
Displaying some of the world’s most leading collections of Egyptian and Sundanese archaeology anywhere in the world, this prime museum is a must visit. Tracing the lifestyles, cultures, civilization and things used by the prehistoric Romans, this museum contains over 80,000 artefacts. Only a short walk away from the Euston Station this museum is free for all to explore.
British Museum and British Library
Closely located to the station is the great British Museum. This magnificent museum has preserved collections from over 2 million years of human history. Discover here, the treasures, cultures and significant historic remains of the world. The museum is free to visit and hosts various events, exhibitions to represent important things in the history of the world.
In this special museum you can explore the history of the Foundling Hospital, which is UK’s first children’s charity and public art gallery. Here you can witness the lives of children who grew up here in the form of artworks, objects and documented archives. Some of these displays are over 275 years old. Newly refurbished, this museum regularly hosts concerts, talks, performances, workshops and drop-in family activities.
Charles Dickens Museum
The house of the famous novelist and now a museum in his memory this amazing attraction is easily reachable from the station. This museum has restored the author’s manuscripts, furniture, writing materials and more interesting things you would love to explore.
For fans of medicines and medical science, the Wellcome Collection is a spectacular museum to visit. Here you can explore medicine through art and exhibitions.
Where to stay
To explore all the above and more places in London, we recommend you book your stay in hotels near Hounslow Central Station. Here you can live in the luxury of the Best Western Plus Park Grand London Heathrow hotel. You can easily access central and be close to that airport from here.