Have you discovered Gasholder Park yet?
Wander along the charming canal towpath from Granary Square, and you’ll come across a little park that is a little bit different. What Gasholder Park lacks in size though, it more than makes up for in personality.
The headliner is the cast iron frame, which once stood on the opposite bank of the canal and held 1.1 million cubic feet of gas. Gasholder No. 8 is the largest of the iconic gasholders that once dominated the skyline at King’s Cross. The intricate wrought-iron structure was dismantled piece by piece, painstakingly restored, and moved to its new home where it today encases a sculpted canopy and lush circular lawn.