Secret Tour of the London Underground

£20.00

It’s amazing how many things you don’t notice. On the London Underground, there is so much history and so many stories that you need a guided tour to help you see it all.

Embark on an underground adventure with a fun-filled and captivating tour of the tube. Begin at

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  • Secret Tour of the London Underground
  • Secret Tour of the London Underground
  • Secret Tour of the London Underground
  • Secret Tour of the London Underground

Your ticket confirmation
Your ticket is only valid on your nominated date. You will receive an email confirmation at time of booking with your ticket voucher included. A printed copy of this voucher must be presented on arrival at the venue, on the day of your activity. You may be refused entry if you do not present a printed copy of your voucher.
Cancellation Policy
Tickets are not refundable. All sales are final and incur 100% cancellation penalties.
Opening times
Days of Operation: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday
Departure time and location: 11am Sherlock Holmes Statue, Baker Street Station
Return time and location: 1pm Westminster Station
Sunday departure and location: 2pm Sherlock Holmes Statue, Baker Street Station
Return time and location: 4pm Westminster station
Exceptions: 25 and 26 December

It’s amazing how many things you don’t notice. On the London Underground, there is so much history and so many stories that you need a guided tour to help you see it all.

Embark on a secret underground adventure with a fun-filled and captivating tour of the tube. Begin at London’s first ever underground station as an experienced guide takes you on an exciting journey through the twists and turns of the history of the London underground.

Hear how the tube was constructed over 150 years ago, to transport Victorian London around the ever-growing capital. There were plenty of hazards on the early tube as steam trains were originally used underground. Visit the newest tube station and a disused ‘ghost’ station, find out why some stations resemble spaceships and learn about the architecture, map and entire visual brand.

The tube lines are the veins of the city that connect the outer reaches to the beating heart of London’s centre. From the role of the tube in World War II to the recent Crossrail development, the tube continues to grow and change, while remaining a reliable constant in the city. All you’ll need are a zone 1-2 travel card and good mobility.