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Film packages

Aldwych 3

Film packages

Ever wanted to see the escalator James Bond famously slid down in Skyfall? How about where Churchill joined shocked passengers on the Tube in Darkest Hour?

The disused platforms at Aldwych and Charing Cross have appeared in many films and TV shows, from new hits Killing Eve and Temple to Fast & Furious, V for Vendetta to Thor. Join one of our Hidden London tours to get a glimpse into these iconic and secret locations - escalator sliding not included! 

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Escalators in Charing Cross Station

Charing Cross tour and Skyfall screening

Event information

Dates: April – May
Tour duration: 75 minutes
Location: Charing Cross station, WC2N 5LR and London Transport Museum, WC2E 7BB
Tickets*: Adult £65, Concessions £60

Tours until 31 May have been postponed. Find out more.

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Follow in the footsteps of 007

Ever wanted to see the escalator James Bond famously slid down in Skyfall?

Going behind closed doors to areas not usually accessible to the public and discover the disused spaces of Charing Cross Underground station. Explore the station’s history and find out how it became to be used as a filming location for popular TV shows such as Killing Eve as well as blockbuster films like the Bond hit and even Marvel's Thor: The Dark World.

You'll be able to visit where iconic moments of the film Skyfall were made before heading over to the London Transport Museum’s Cubic Theatre to enjoy an exclusive screening of the film whilst sipping on a classic Martini (shaken not stirred, obviously!).

Charing Cross tour and complimentary ticketed Skyfall screening packages will be run on 12 April and 17 May. Tickets go on sale to the public at 10am on 6 March 2020. Sign up to our enewsletter to get 24 hour priority booking.

* Your ticket price includes a Charing Cross station tour, a martini and popcorn at London Transport Museum, as well as a free one-day pass to London Transport Museum and 10% off all Hidden London-inspired products at our shop, valid within one month of your Hidden London event date.

These offers cannot be used in conjunction with any other offers. Booking fee of £1.50 per transaction applies. Full terms and conditions.


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