London Transport Museum has released tickets for its Hidden London Tours for February and March 2023.
A brand-new virtual tour that retraces the history of the network, ‘Hidden London: Discovering the Forgotten Underground’, will also debut on 28 February as part of London Transport Museum’s celebrations to mark 160 years of the London Underground.
Four in-person tours will be on offer in February and March, including tours of the original 19th century passageways and features at Shepherd’s Bush, the bomb-proof wartime corridors concealed at the now disused Down Street station on the Piccadilly line, Euston’s secret 1960s gallery of advertising posters, and the labyrinth of underground passages hidden deep beneath Clapham South built to shelter Londoners during the Second World War.
Also released are new dates for London Transport Museum’s Secrets of Central London walking tour of Covent Garden, Kingsway, Lincoln’s Inn Fields and Victoria Embankment. On this tour, expert Hidden London guides reveal fascinating and little-known historical tales and snippets about the area and its transformation over the last 200 years.
All Hidden London tours are written by historical experts from London Transport Museum and based on content drawn from the Museum’s extensive archive and collection. The tours were recently named ‘Best Hidden Gem in the World‘ at the Tiqets’ Remarkable Venue Awards 2022 by public vote.
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