Kiwi House is a haven for friends, family and proud supporters of the New Zealand Olympic Team. It will be located in King’s Cross at the heart of the London Olympic transport system.

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Kiwi House will showcase the very best in Kiwi food, beverage and entertainment. Visitors will be able to sit on Granary Square and enjoy a BBQ menu designed by one of NZ’s best known chefs, drink an especially imported Moa beer or watch Olympic action live on the big screen. In the evenings live entertainment will be made available along with special evening functions and events including Opening and Closing ceremony parties.

Medal winning athletes will visit regularly to meet friends and fans over a classic Kiwi BBQ lunch.

Access to Kiwi House is limited and some special events are ticketed.

The national house culture is an exciting part of the Olympic Games. In London 2012 national houses are scattered around the city ranging from the Dutch House in North London to Brazil House in Central London.

Kiwi House is being produced and promoted by Lily & Piper; a London-based integrated events agency.

It will be open in time for the Opening Ceremony of the Olympic Games on 27 July 2012.

We are running a Partners of Kiwi House programme and to date would like to extend our gratitude to Kent Gardner, David Richwhite, Kiwi Project Services, MOA Beer, Giltrap Group, NZ Bloodstock, Rodd & Gunn and Peter Gordon and Kopapa Restaurant for their invaluable contributions and support.

Register your interest now and make sure you’re first to know about special events, guest chefs, athlete visits and more.

 

Maps and directions

 

King's Cross Bus: 10, 17, 30, 45, 59, 63, 73, 91, 205, 214, 259, 390, 476

Underground: King’s Cross St Pancras (Victoria; Piccadilly; Northern; Hammersmith & City; Circle; Metropolitan)

To get to King's Cross from Byam Shaw catch the 17 or 390 bus. The nearest underground station is King's Cross, take the Regents Canal exit.

Turn right outside the exit to join Kings Boulevard, a pedestrian route going north.

Cross over the road at the top of the Boulevard and you will see Kiwi House ahead as part of the Granary Building.

Please note: Kiwi House is located in King’s Cross (not Islington, where there is also a Granary Square).