German Gymnasium

German Gymnasium was designed by Edward Gruning and was England’s first purpose-built gymnasium, with funding coming solely from London's German community. It was built in 1865 for the German Gymnastics Society and hosted the indoor events London's first Olympic Games, back in 1866. German Gymnasium’s super-convenient location, elegant decor and array of drinking and dining options make it the perfect place for any event. Conveniently situated in the heart of King’s Cross, German Gymnasium offers a stunning all day Grand Café, a sophisticated first floor restaurant, two bars and an outdoor terrace.