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Camley Street Natural Park

Formally a Coal Drop site to service the trains at King’s Cross St Pancras in the 1800’s, Camley Street Natural Park is London Wildlife Trust’s newest and most centrally located venue nestled in the heart of King’s Cross.

Described as a hidden gem, Camley Street Natural Park overlooks the calm waters of Regents Canal and is surrounded by the blooming wildflower meadows of our 2-acre nature reserve.

The newly refurbished Kingfisher Suite, which opened in 2021, provides a modern and airy space for daytime meetings, wedding ceremonies and small gatherings with triple aspect views of King’s Cross and the nature reserve. Come evening, the Kingfisher Suite can be combined with the Canopy to host larger outdoor standing receptions, wedding breakfasts and seated dinners by the Wildflower Bee Bank.

Guests are encouraged to see the sights of Camley Street Natural Park and take a walk round the nature reserve during their event to immerse in London’s nature, which like our main event spaces is fully accessible to wheelchair users.

Handpicked by our team, Camley Street Natural Park work with a list of approved suppliers, including some of London’s finest caterers, all providing incredible sustainable options and an impeccable service to our clients.

London Wildlife Trust are the only nature conservation charity solely dedicated to the conservation of our green spaces within London. We are delighted to say 100% of the profits generated from the private hire of Camley Street Natural Park goes back into the vital conservation work London Wildlife Trust provide across our 37 nature reserves within the city, as well as our community engagement and outdoor learning programmes.

Combining the convenience of central London with the benefits of being outdoors with nature, Camley Street Natural Park offers a truly idyllic and unique location for your next event.

Camley Street Natural Park

12 Camley Street
020 7261 0447

Events & Capacities

Reception10 - 200
Lunch 10 - 60
Dinner 10 - 120
Dinner Dance 10 - 120
Meeting / Conference 10 - 80
Outside Space 10 - 200
Exhibition Space (m2)
Marquee Capacity10 - 200
Wedding Licence 10 - 120
Wedding Reception 10 - 120
Accessible AccessYes

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