Previously known as Grays Inn Lane, the historic Grays Inn Road is in the King’s Cross area of London. A clue as to the extent of the area’s history was given when in 1679 a hand axe was unearthed. Thought to be around 350,000 years old, the axe now has a home nearby, in the British Museum. There are also many historical attractions very close to Grays Inn Road, enabling visitors to delve into the past. Some of the places of historical interest include the Charles Dickens Museum, Conway Hall, Sir John Soane’s Museum and The Foundling Museum.
A number of solicitors, dentists and doctors have office space on Grays Inn Road, but the range of other businesses on the road is quite diverse. This includes recruitment agencies, retailers, coffee shops, convenience stores, and charity offices. Claremont Silver Coast Properties Ltd, S J Berwin, Physmath Central Ltd, and The Monstrous Regiment Ltd are companies which are based in the vicinity of Grays Inn Road.
Entertainment And Dining Out
You can look forward to a choice of evening entertainment close to Grays Inn Road. Theatres and cinemas can be reached found in the neighbourhood, while there are a number of bars and pubs close by, if you fancy a drink or two. There is no need to go far to find a wide variety of food, as there are many great restaurants on the doorstep of Grays Inn Road. In addition to cafes, delis, traditional British eateries, and seafood restaurants, you can enjoy international cuisine in fabulous surroundings. Some of the dishes you can sample include Spanish, Russian and Italian.
King’s Cross station is close to Grays Inn Road, while Russell Square tube station can be reached on foot. Mainline services, to other cities and towns in the United Kingdom, can be taken from King’s Cross. Getting buses and taxis around Grays Inn Road is never an issue, as the area is well served regularly by both.