Metropolitan line sightseeing

Heading out on the Metropolitan line? Why not take a quick look at all the sights and attractions you can enjoy when using the line. From floating parks to zoology museums, there’s so much to see and do! 💜 

📍Petticoat Lane Market 

🚇 Aldgate 

Operating since the 1750s, Petticoat Lane market has over a thousand stalls, specialising in fashion and accessories. 👗 

📍Finsbury Circus Gardens 

🚇 Moorgate 

This Grade II listed garden is what remains of Moor Fields, London’s first public park. 😲🍃 

People sat by pond at the Barbican with skyscrapers in the background.

📍The Barbican 

🚇 Barbican 

Head to The Barbican for contemporary music, theatre performances, film screenings and art exhibitions! 🎭 

📍St Pancras Old Church  

🚇 King’s Cross St Pancras  

St Pancras Old Church claims to be one of Europe’s oldest sites of Christian worship possibly dating back to the 4th Century. 😲 

📍Wellcome Collection  

🚇 Euston Square  

From the Metropolitan line, hop off at Euston Square and discover 19th-century collector Henry Wellcome’s medical antiquities, plus hi-tech modern displays and art. 🩺 

📍Camden Arts Centre 

🚇 Finchley Road  

Camden Arts Centre is the go-to place for world-class contemporary art exhibitions, residencies and courses! 🎨 

Football fans inside Wembley stadium with famous arch in the background.

📍Wembley Stadium  

🚇 Wembley Park  

In need of no introduction, Wembley Stadium is the home of UK football and the largest stadium in the country! ⚽️ 

📍Heath Robinson Museum  

🚇 Pinner 

The Heath Robinson Museum is a museum in Pinner, London, dedicated to showcasing the work of the world-renowned artist, illustrator, humorist and social commentator William Heath Robinson.  

Metropolitan line sightseeing map 🗺️

Metropolitan line map with cultural attractions

Ready to get out and explore? Try these other routes 👇 

  • Hammersmith & City line sightseeing  
  • Overground sightseeing  
  • DLR sightseeing  

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