Sat. Jan 22nd, 2022

Tours of disused London Underground will resume in the new year for the first time since March 2020, and tickets will go on sale next Friday (December 3).

Tours of Down Street, Aldwych, Euston and Moorgate stations return, allowing you to explore disused tunnels, platforms and lift shafts hidden just a stone’s throw away from ignorant modern commuters.

Tours will run on select dates from January to March 2022.

Down Street and Euston tours will run from January 15 to February 13, 2021, while Aldwych and Moorgate tours will run from March 2 to March 27, 2021

Just in time for Christmas – you can now give a Hidden London tour as a gift with a gift card valid for any Hidden London event within one year of purchase

A new season of the Secrets of Central London walk in Covent Garden, Kingsway, Lincoln’s Inn Fields and the Victoria Embankment will also be on sale from January 2022.

The tours can be booked from kl here.

Euston: The Lost Tunnels

Tickets: Adult £ 41.50, Concessions £ 36.50.

Discover a secret side of a station you think you know on a trip that explores a century of Euston history. Wind through a maze of atmospheric hallways under the current station that was once used by the traveling audience. Get a glimpse of a bygone era through a gallery of fragments of vintage advertising posters, and see the original Leslie Green station façade before the site is transformed into the arrival of HS2.

Down Street: Churchill’s Secret Station

Tickets: Adult £ 85.00; Concession £ 80.00

Get an intimate look into one of London’s most exciting hidden spaces. Located between the Hyde Park Corner and Green Park stations, Down Street had a short life as a workstation from 1907 to 1932, but became crucial to winning World War II when it was secretly transformed into the Railway Executive Committee’s bomb-proof headquarters. Experience the narrow tunnels where the nation’s railroads were coordinated and Prime Minister Winston Churchill secretly sought refuge at the height of the Blitz.

Aldwych: The End of the Line

Tickets: Adult £ 41.50, Concessions £ 36.50.

Experience a relic of London’s past. The Aldwych station was opened to the public in 1907, and was never used much and closed in 1994 after almost 90 years. The station has had a varied history; from providing shelter to Londoners during Blitz, to being used for film and television recordings, including Darkest Hour (2017), Sherlock (2014) and Atonement (2007). Explore the original ticket hall, elevator shafts, abandoned platforms and tunnels at this former terminus on the Piccadilly Line.

Moorgate: Metropolitan Maze

Tickets: Adult £ 41.50, Concessions £ 36.50.

Explore the many wonders of Moorgate Station, one of London’s first tube stations. See an original Greathead Shield left over from a planned tunnel expansion in 1904 – the only complete of its kind on the underground network. Explore a maze of disused tunnels and tracks left behind by station upgrades over the years, see corridors lined with original glass tiles from the City and South London Railway – the world’s first deep-lying underground railway – and discover how long disused areas of station have been ingeniously transformed into modern London .

Hiking – Secrets of Central London

Tickets: Adult £ 20, Concession £ 17.50

Discover London’s secrets on a walk in Covent Garden, Kingsway, Lincoln’s Inn Fields and the Victoria Embankment. Join our expert guide and take a walk off the beaten path, down unobtrusive back streets to places steeped in history, hidden in plain sight. Find out how the area has transformed over the last 200 years and see abandoned transport infrastructure and remarkable engineering companies that have shaped London.

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