We’re going underground… but this time there won’t be any shoving and shoulder-barging your way onto a rammed tube. The London Transport Museum are taking the public below London to explore it’s wondrous secrets through another series of their Hidden London tours.
From 7th May, the tours will delve deep into London’s history. You’ll be able to explore the World War II shelter below Clapham South, which has since been used to house Caribbean migrants in 1948 and sneaky visitors to the Festival of Britain in 1951. They’re also taking guests into the disused Down Street station, on the Piccadilly Line, where Prime Minister Winston Churchill held cabinet war meetings and took refuge during the Blitz.
LTM are also opening the tunnels below Euston station and London’s first ever skyscraper, which is located in St. James’s Park. If you sign up to the London Transport Museum newsletter by 18th April, you can get yourself priority booking for the tours. (They have been extremely popular in the past!)