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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 luxury cocktails afternoon tea or popcorn and a drink as you settle down to a blockbuster filmed on the Underground, it's the perfect way to experience the iconic city - above and below ground.

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charing cross afternoon tea

Charing Cross: Tour and afternoon tea

Event information

Dates: March
Duration: 75 minutes (tour), 90 minutes (tea)
Location: Charing Cross station and The Terrace, Amba Hotel Charing Cross
Tickets: Adult £66.50; Concession £61.50*

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Treat yourself to tea and a tour

Treat yourself to a day out with our newest Hidden London package. 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 Fridays and Saturdays between 7 and 29 March and will go on sale to the public on Friday 15 November. Our enewsletter subscribers get a 24-hour priority window!

* Your ticket price includes the Charing Cross station tour, afternoon tea (you will automatically be booked onto the corresponding afternoon tea slot when you book your ticket), a half-price one day pass to London Transport Museum (applies to on the door price) and a 10% discount on all merchandise at LTM shop, both online and in store, within one month of your Hidden London event date. Booking fee of £1.50 per transaction applies. Full terms and conditions.


down street cocktails

Down Street: Tour and cocktails

Event information

Dates: February
Duration: 90 minutes (tour)
Location: Down Street and Manetta's Bar, Flemings Mayfair Hotel
Tickets: £104.00; Concession £99.00*

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Treat yourself to a luxury cocktail package

Explore Down Street on our unique Churchill's Secret Station tour and see where Churchill secretly took refuge in this intriguing secret station before enjoying a treat at a luxury boutique hotel.

Book this special Hidden London package to see the tunnels below Down Street station, critical to winning the Second World War after it was covertly transformed into the Railway Executive Committee's bomb-proof headquarters, before making your way to the nearby Flemings Hotel to enjoy a luxurious cocktail and smorgasbord in style.

You'll be able to choose from a Finest Hour or a Summertime cocktail (or a non-alcoholic alternative) and feast on mini burgers, Caesar salads, sweet chilli glazed wings and prawns, charcuterie sticks, grilled artichokes and sun blush tomatoes, fried Scarmorza sticks and tomato and paprika fries.

Down Street: Tour and cocktail packages will be run on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays between 1 November and 7 December. To find out more about what tours are available, please click the book now button above. In 2020, the tour and cocktail package will be run on Friday 31 January and will go on sale to the public on Friday 15 November. Our enewsletter subscribers get a 24-hour priority window!

* Your ticket price includes a Down Street tour ticket, one cocktail at the Flemings Hotel and a food platter, as well as a free one day pass to London Transport Museum* and 10% off all Hidden London inspired products at our shop, within one month of your Hidden London event date. Booking fee of £1.50 per transaction applies. Full terms and conditions.

Hard Rock Cafe - Piccadilly Circus

Piccadilly Circus and lunch that rocks!

Event information

Dates: January - February
Duration: 75 mins (tour)
Location: Piccadilly Circus station and Hard Rock Cafe, Piccadilly
Tickets: Adult £65.00, Concession £60.00*

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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”.

Visitors will 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 and lunch that rocks! tours will be held on Wednesdays and Sundays between 12 January and 19 February and will go on sale to the public on Friday 15 November. Our enewsletter subscribers get a 24-hour priority window!

* Your ticket price includes a Piccadilly Circus station tour, as well as a half-price** 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. Booking fee of £1.50 per transaction applies. **Applies to on the door price. Full terms and conditions.


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: March
Duration: 75 minutes (excluding screening)
Location: Charing Cross station, WC2N 5LR and London Transport Museum, WC2E 7BB
Tickets: Adult £65.00; Concession £60.00*

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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 Saturdays and Sundays between 7 and 29 March. To find out more about what tours are available, please click the book now button above.

* Your ticket price includes a Charing Cross station tour, a martini and popcorn at the 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. Booking fee of £1.50 per transaction applies. Full terms and conditions.


Aldywch 5

Aldwych tour and Darkest Hour screening

Event information

Dates: January - February
Duration: 75 mins (excluding screening)
Location: Aldwych station, Surrey Street, WC2R 2NE and London Transport Museum, WC2E 7BB
Tickets: Adult £65.00; Concession £60.00*

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Explore one of London's secret filming spaces

Calling all film buffs: this is an exclusive opportunity to get a glimpse into one of the exclusive filming locations on the Underground. 

Explore Aldywch station, one of London's secret places, and uncover the myths and memories that lie there. Closed since 1994, the station has been used as a filming location for TV and film - including current hit series Temple - and recent blockbusters including Darkest Hour, Stan and Ollie and even Fast and Furious.

See the tunnels and platforms in Darkest Hour where Churchill joined shocked passengers on the Tube, before heading to London Transport Museum’s Cubic Theatre to enjoy a complimentary, ticketed screening of Darkest Hour in style with a glass of champagne and popcorn.

Aldwych: Tour and complimentary ticketed Darkest Hour screening packages will be run on Saturdays between 11 January and 1 February. To find out more about what tours are available, please click the book now button above.

* Your ticket price includes an Aldwych station tour ticket, a glass of champagne and popcorn at the 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 event date. Booking fee of £1.50 per transaction applies. Full terms and conditions.

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