Hidden London Tours

Charing Cross Tunnels as part of the Hidden London tours

Have you ever found yourself looking out the window of your Tube carriage wondering about the secrets of the network? ๐Ÿš‡ Led by experienced guides, London Transport Museumโ€™s โ€˜Hidden Londonโ€™ tours are what you’re after! The tours share stories of secret sites and disused stations right across the capital.

Read on to get a flavour of what’s on offer this season! ๐Ÿ•ต๏ธ

Aldwych: The end of the line ๐Ÿš‡

Aldwych Station was opened to the public in 1907. It wasn’t fully used to its original purposes and closed in 1994. Despite this, Aldwych is a station with an interesting past. It provided shelter during the Blitz and was later used for a variety of film and TV shoots. These have included Darkest Hour (2017), Sherlock (2014) and Atonement (2007). ๐ŸŽฅ

Charing Cross: Tour and complimentary Skyfall screening (ticketed) ๐ŸŽฅ

Calling all Bond fans! ๐ŸŽž๏ธ

It’s time to seize a unique chance to access one of the London based locations for James Bond film Skyfall! ๐ŸŽฌ You’ll explore the corners of Charing Cross Underground that aren’t currently used and are closed off from the general public. Guests can also learn all about the stationโ€™s history and how it came to be used as a film location for various box office hit movies like Skyfall.

If that wasn’t enough, film fans will also have the chance to visit the spots where iconic moments of the film were shot! You can then head over to London Transport Museumโ€™s Cubic Theatre to enjoy an exclusive screening of the film! ๐ŸŽž

Clapham South: Subterranean shelter โฌ‡๏ธ

Journey 180 steps underground to explore one of London’s eight deep-level shelters. First opened to the public in 1944, there’s over a mile of passageways waiting to be explored. There’s also incredible stories to be discovered!

Down Street: Churchill’s secret station ๐Ÿคซ

Located in the heart of the capital, between Green Park and Hyde Park Corner stations, Down Street is home to all sorts of secrets. This station spent around 15 years in operation as a station. It was transformed during the Second World War as headquarters for the Railway Executive Committee.

You walk the same tunnels as former Prime Minister Winston Churchill, who sought shelter here during the Blitz. Make sure to secure your tickets!๐ŸŽŸ๏ธ

Euston: The lost tunnels

Discover a myriad of dark passageways which were once regularly used by Londoners. ๐Ÿ‘€

You’ll have the chance to see the vintage advertising poster fragments date back over 50 years. On the tour you’ll also find out more about the newest innovations to this Tube and Network Rail station that currently serves over 42 million passengers each year.

Take this opportunity to witness the remains of its past before the site is transformed for the arrival of HS2. ๐Ÿš…

55 Broadway: London’s first skyscraper ๐Ÿ™๏ธ

Why not try an exclusive tour inside Londonโ€™s first skyscraper at 55 Broadway as it celebrates its 90thย anniversary. ๐Ÿ™

The former London Underground headquarters caused much debate in 1929 when first unveiled. However, today the building is seen as a marvel and a milestone on the London skyline.

The tour will give guests access to this iconic Grade I listed building, as well as a new perspective on the city, with its sweeping rooftop views. ๐Ÿ˜

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