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Afternoon tea, two people walking down a tunnel and a cocktail bar

Looking for a different type of day out? We've got a range of Hidden London tour packages available. From afternoon tea to luxury cocktails, it's the perfect way to experience this iconic city - above and below ground.


Hard Rock Cafe - Piccadilly Circus

Piccadilly Circus and lunch that rocks!

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Dates: May - July
Tour duration: 75 mins
Location: Piccadilly Circus station, W1J 9HP and Hard Rock Cafe, Piccadilly, W1J 9HR
Tickets*: Adult £65.00, Concession £60.00

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

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Treat yourself to a meal at the Hard Rock Café Piccadilly Circus after your Piccadilly Circus station tour.

Located directly underneath the celebrated landmark, Piccadilly Circus station opened in 1906 serving the Bakerloo and Piccadilly lines. Extensively modernised between 1925-1928 to meet passenger demands, the station is an engineering marvel and boasts one of the finest examples of subterranean architecture on the London Underground.

This timeless grade II listed building serves over 40 million passengers a year in style. Redesigned by celebrated architect Charles Holden and reopened in 1928 it was nicknamed the “New Heart of London”.

You’ll go behind secret doors, to passageways and lift shafts closed to the public since 1929 and discover the original Edwardian design features, the fascinating stories of wartime sheltering and top-secret storage of priceless artefacts. Piccadilly Circus offers a unique perspective of how the London Underground has grown and adjusted to Londoners’ needs for over a century.

Piccadilly Circus: tour & food that rocks packages will be run on Wednesdays and Sundays between 31 May and 12 July. Please click the Book now button to find out what tours are available.

* Your ticket price includes a Piccadilly Circus station tour, half-price entry London Transport Museum (one-day pass, applies to on-the-door price) 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.

Down Street Afternoon Tea Athenaeum Banner

Down Street tour and afternoon tea

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Dates: June - August
Tour duration: 90 minutes
Location: Down Street, W1J 7AS and Galvin at The Athenaeum, W1J 7BJ
Tickets*: Adult £124, Concessions £119

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Make a day of it with a tour and afternoon tea package. Discover the narrow tunnels below ground before making your way to The Athenaeum Hotel for afternoon tea at Galvin at the Athenaeum. Indulge in sandwiches, cakes, pastries, scones accompanied with artisan teas and coffee (or upgrade to a glass of champagne for an extra £10).

Down Street and afternoon tea packages will be run on Thursdays and Sundays between 11 June and 23 July and on 27 August. Please click the Book now button to find out what tours are available.

* Your ticket price includes a Down Street station tour, afternoon tea at Alvin at the Athenaeum, 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. 

Down Street Lunch Ormer Banner

Down Street tour and Ormer restaurant lunch

Event information

Dates: 10, 15, 17 and 22 July
Tour duration: 90 minutes
Location: Down Street, W1J 7AS, Ormer Mayfair, Flemings Mayfair Hotel, W1J 7BH
Tickets*: Adult £106.50, Concessions £101.50

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Book this luxurious lunch package to see the tunnels below Down Street station where Churchill took refuge in the Second World War, then make your way to the nearby Ormer Restaurant at the Flemings Hotel to enjoy a meal and glass of wine in style.

Please click the Book now button to find out what tours are available.

* Your ticket price includes a Down Street station tour, a main course and glass of house wine or soft drink alternative (**no alcohol will be served to under-18s) at the Ormer Restaurant, 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.

Down Street Tapas Pirata Banner

Down Street tour and tapas lunch

Event information

Dates: 22 & 23 June, 20 & 21 July, 26 August
Tour duration: 90 minutes
Location: Down Street, W1J 7AS, El Pirata of Mayfair, W1J 7AQ
Tickets*: Adult £97, Concessions £92

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Discover the narrow tunnels at Down Street before enjoying a tapas lunch at nearby restaurant El Pirata. Choose two tapas from the set menu and a soft drink.

Tickets go on sale to the public at 10am on 6 March 2020. Please click the Book now button to find out what tours are available.

* Your ticket price includes a Down Street station tour, a choice of 2 tapas and a soft drink at El Pirata, 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.

charing cross afternoon tea

Charing Cross: Tour and afternoon tea

Event information

Dates: April – May
Tour duration: 75 minutes
Location: Charing Cross station, WC2N 5LR and The Terrace, Amba Hotel Charing Cross, WC2N 5HX
Tickets*: Adult £66.50, Concessions £61.50

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

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Treat yourself to tea and a tour

Treat yourself to a day out! Explore behind the scenes at Charing Cross Underground station before enjoying a delicious afternoon tea at the Amba Hotel above the station.

Explore the disused spaces of Charing Cross Underground station, go behind closed doors to exclusive areas not accessible to the public, walk under Trafalgar Square and see the London Underground in a different light - including its disused Jubilee line platforms that have become synonymous with TV and films including Killing Eve, Skyfall and Thor.

After the tour, enjoy a traditional afternoon tea at the Terrace Restaurant at the Amba Hotel, with fantastic views overlooking the Strand.

Charing Cross: Tour and afternoon tea packages will be run on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays between 15 April and 22 May. Please click the Book now button to find out what tours are available.

* Your ticket price includes a Charing Cross station tour, afternoon tea (you will automatically be booked onto the corresponding afternoon tea slot when you book your ticket), half-price entry to London Transport Museum (one-day pass, applies to on the door price) 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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