St. Pancras Old Church is one of the oldest sites of Christian worship in England; it can trace its history all the way back to the 11th century and the time of the Normal Conquest, and is rumored to go back to the 7th century. By 1847, the structures remaining were derelict, and due to a growing population, there was a large restoration and expansion. Further renovations occurred in 1888, 1925, and 1948. Today it is home to a thriving parish in the Anglo-Catholic tradition of the Church of England. It is also a place where locals and visitors alike can attend concerts, lectures, and a variety of other events. Its total seating capacity is 120.
There are several ways to get to the venue.
By train and tube: King`s Cross St. Pancras Tube station is the closest tube station at only a 5-minute walk away.
By bus: There are plenty of buses than can get you close to the church. Buses 214 and 46 have nearby stops.
By car: St. Pancras Old Church is easily accessible by car as well.
International: Express trains from each international airport make London accessible to international visitors.
From Heathrow Airport (LHR), you can take the Heathrow Express to Paddington Station (approximately 16 minutes). From there, take the tube (Hammersmith & City Line) to King`s Cross St. Pancras Station (approximately 11minutes). Then it`s just a 5-10 minute walk to the church.
From Gatwick Airport (LGW), you can take the Gatwick Express to Vitoria Station (approximately 30 minutes). From there, switch to the tube (Victoria Line) to get to Euston Station (approximately 6 minutes). From there, it`s about a 10-minute walk to the church.
Parking is available in the Churchyard for visitors (please approach at 10MPH with hazard lights on). The lot has invalid parking available.
Access for people with special needs
Step-free access is available through the Churchyard. It is also available through St. Pancras gardens, but the slope may be a little steep for some, however. Assistance is available if needed.