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UX People will be held in the Battle Bridge Room at Kings Place – one of London’s most striking and iconic creative spaces.

Designed by famed architects Dixon-Jones and picturesquely placed by Regent’s Canal, this inspiring event complex and contemporary art gallery is just minutes from King’s Cross St Pancras.

Wi-Fi is accessible throughout the building.


Food and Drink

Kings Place features two eateries; Green & Fortune cafe and Rotunda Bar & Restaurant.

The Green & Fortune cafe offers delicious homemade soups, sandwiches and cakes as well as aromatic coffees and teas, and lovely fresh fruit smoothies.

For something more substantial there’s the Rotunda Bar & Restaurant. Boasting stunning views of the Battle Bridge Basin waterfront, you can enjoy a range of British-led dishes, with all meat coming from the venue’s own Northumberland farm, in this stylish and airy environment.


Kings Place is fully accessible for wheelchair users, with fully accessible toilets on each floor. To find out more about access information at Kings Place read its Access Guide.

Getting there


The nearest tube station is King's Cross - St Pancras, on the Metropolitan, Circle, Hammersmith & City, Piccadilly, Northern and Victoria lines. The station has step-free access from the platform to the street level.


King's Cross - St Pancras and Euston are the nearest mainline railway stations.


The bus route to York Way is the 390. Other services running to nearby King's Cross - St Pancras are bus routes 10, 17, 30, 45, 46, 59, 63, 73, 91, 205, 214, 259 and 476.


Kings Place is easily accessible by car and is clearly signposted in the immediate area. The building is outside of the Congestion Charge Zone. The nearest carp park is NCP London St Pancras on Pancras Road, open 24 hour, 7 days including Bank Holidays.


Visitors can pick up taxis either on York Way and the streets immediately surrounding Kings Place or at the taxi ranks at King's Cross and St Pancras Stations.

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