Join expert tour guides to discover to explore one of London's secret 'ghost stations'; Aldwych, one of London’s secret places, holding myths and memories of times gone by.
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 Mandatory items
London Transport Museum, the world's leading museum of urban transport, invites you to take an exclusive Hidden London tour and explore Aldwych station (as seen on Yesterday Channel’s ‘Secrets of the London Underground’). Opened to the public in 1907, it was never as heavily used as originally intended and closed nearly 100 years later in 1994. The station has had a varied history; from providing shelter to Londoners during the Blitz, to being used for film and TV shoots including The ABC Murders (2018), Darkest Hour (2017), Sherlock (2014), and Atonement (2007). Join our tour to see the one of the former termini of the Piccadilly line – the ticket hall, the original lifts, abandoned platforms and tunnels, and inter-connecting walkways – including some that are very rarely seen by the public.