Hidden Tube Tour - Moorgate: Metropolitan Maze

Join expert tour guides to discover the secrets of Moorgate station, one of the oldest London Underground stations, and see the last remaining complete Greathead tunneling shield on the transport network.

80 minute tour of Moorgate Tube station including original disused areas
Important Information
Please note :

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

What’s not allowed?

-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 the disused spaces of Moorgate station, the portal into the City and one of London’s first Underground stations - as seen on Yesterday channel’s Secrets of the London Underground. The station opened in 1865 as Moorgate Street on the first extension of the Metropolitan line joined in 1900 by the first extension of the Deep Tube. Remarkable re-designs and station upgrades have left behind a maze of disused tunnels, abandoned track and a complete Greathead tunnelling shield from 1904, the only one of its kind on the London Underground Network. You’ll get the rare opportunity to visit corridors lined with the original glass tiles of the City and South London Railway, hear how the station served as a freight terminal for decades and see how long-disused parts of the station have been repurposed ingeniously in response to the needs of our growing capital.

Hidden Tube Tour - Moorgate: Metropolitan Maze
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