Join expert tour guides to explore disused underground station Down Street, one of London’s most intriguing spaces, hidden between the Piccadilly line tracks in Mayfair.
Tours are not suitable for guests with claustrophobia.
Tours are not step free and include walking up and down flights of stairs.
There is no elevator. Wear sturdy footwear and suitable clothing.
There is no cloakroom.
Please familiarise yourself with our Terms and Conditions before your visit: www.ltmuseum.co.uk/terms-conditions
-Large bags and luggage
-No open toed shoes
-No food or drink except water
London Transport Museum, the world's leading museum of urban transport, invites you to take an exclusive Hidden London tour and explore one of London’s most intriguing hidden spaces. Located in Mayfair between Hyde Park Corner and Green Park stations, Down Street had a short life as a working station from 1907 to 1932 but became critical to winning the Second World War when covertly transformed into the Railway Executive Committee’s bomb-proof headquarters. Experience the warren of narrow tunnels where the nation’s railways were coordinated, and where Prime Minister Winston Churchill secretly took refuge at the height of the Blitz. You’ll hear declassified war secrets and intrigues, how the railways were kept running during the war, and the stories of those who lived and worked there.