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You can find the UK’s largest magic shop, the headquarters of world famous Magic Circle, which is two minutes walk from Euston Square Station. This organization with over 110 years’ history unites magic enthusiasts and the finest magicians from all over the world.
Apart from the station, Euston NW1 is also known for its amazing green areas. Regent’s Park is found here. Within this Royal Park, we can find Regent’s University, one of the few private universities in the UK. The Park also houses the London Zoo. Harrington Square Gardens and St James’ Gardens are great areas where Euston NW1 residents can have some outdoors fun and relaxation.
The first London intercity railway station can be found in Euston NW1. Architect Philip Hardwick designed the original building with its trademark arch over the entrance. The station is UK’s busiest intercity passenger terminal.
St Pancras New Church was built in 1822. It’s a grade I listed building and one of the most notable 19th century churches. One of UK’s private universities, Regent’s University, is located in Regent’s Park in Euston NW1.