As you descend into the depths of London, you'll hear tales of the world's finest Underground system. The tour will kick off at London's oldest train station, Baker Street, before heading to an abandoned tube station which is a local secret. Then, it's time to move onto one of the oldest platforms in the system and meet a very famous American who revolutionised the building process. You’ll have a chance to geek out with your tour guide and talk about the construction and the evolution of the underground. Then, there will be just enough time to visit a ghost station before wrapping up the tour. This is a great tour for all enthusiasts of engineering, trains and history. The underground is more interesting than you think!
2 hour London Underground tour
Availability: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Duration: 2 hours
Mobile voucher accepted
Do this because
- Discover the secrets of the London Underground
- Learn all about the evolution of the tube
- Bring the whole family - everyone will love it
- Unique experience - definitely something to write home about
What to expect
- Fun local guide
- Guided walking tour
What's not included
- Tube ticket
- Food and drinks
- Tips (optional)
- Hotel pick-up/drop-off
Baker Street Tube Station, Marylebone Road, London, UK
Please meet your guide beside the Sherlock Holmes Statue at Baker Street Station.
What to remember
- Please arrive at the meeting point 10 minutes prior to the start of the tour
- Please wear comfortable shoes and dress appropriately depending on the weather
- Remember to bring drinks and your camera
- Plan your journey to the meeting point well and in advance as refunds cannot be given for lateness or delays
- This tour ends at Westminster Underground station
- This tour runs on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
- It departs at 11.00am
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