TPOTY in London 2021

See the 2020 winning images in a stunning outdoor display

Exhibition now closed

The latest winning images go on display for the first time in a spectacular, free-to-view outdoor exhibition in a magnificent London venue – Coal Drops Yard, near King’s Cross and St Pancras stations.

The exhibition is spread through this venue so that you can view it safely. There are 160 images on display and you can pause for a coffee or a drink or for something to eat and enjoy browsing the shops.

VOTE FOR YOUR FAVOURITE IMAGE – AND YOU COULD WIN!

Exhibition visitors can vote for their favourite image online, and everybody who votes will be entered into a draw for the chance to win a range of prizes including a one-day private photography lesson with TPOTY founder Chris Coe, a LEE Filters 100 Landscape Kit, TPOTY books and cards, a comprehensive, 50-video online masterclass from award-winning photographer Chris Weston, and a leather portfolio book from Plastic Sandwich.

About Coal Drops Yard

Coal Drops Yard is a new shopping and restaurant district in London’s King’s Cross. Coal Drops Yard was originally established in 1850 to handle the eight million tonnes of coal delivered to the capital each year, and was latterly the location of nightclubs Bagley’s and The Cross. The area reopened in October 2018, reinvented by the acclaimed Heatherwick Studio, which has interwoven a contemporary design with the surviving structures and rich ironwork of the original Victorian coal drops. Located within a reimagined set of historic buildings and arches directly adjacent to Granary Square and Regent’s Canal, Coal Drops Yard houses over fifty stores from a unique mix of established and emerging brands, along with cafés, bars, top independent restaurants and new public spaces. www.coaldropsyard.com @coaldropsyard

FIND THE EXHIBITION

BY TRAIN & UNDERGROUND

Coal Drops Yard is just a few minutes’ walk from King’s Cross and St Pancras rail and tube stations.  As you exit the station, follow signs for Regent’s Canal. Cross the bridge over the canal, and Coal Drops Yard is to your left, just off Granary Square.

BY BUS

If you’re travelling by bus, find out about routes and nearest bus stops HERE.

BY CAR

There are over 200 parking bays and 5 charging points in HANDYSIDE CAR PARKin the Tapestry building, and DISABLED PARKING BAYS at The Plimsoll Building and at Handyside Street.   Find out more HERE

BY BIKE

You’ll see 2 Santander Cycle docking stations in and around King’s Cross. There are on-street bike parking bays, and you’ll find a bike interchange at Evan’s Cycles, between the stations, where you can park securely.  FIND OUT MORE.

TPOTY sponsors & partners

It would not be possible to run Travel Photographer of the Year without the support of our sponsors and partners, and we are hugely grateful for their involvement each year.

Click the link to logo to learn more about each of Travel Photographer of the Year’s sponsor and partners: