Hidden London is our programme of exclusive tours and events at locations rarely seen by the public.
Explore ‘forgotten’ parts of the Tube network on atmospheric tours of disused stations and tunnels, go behind the scenes at some of London’s busiest stations, and uncover some of the City's fascinating history with our expert guides.
Hidden London tours update
We are excited to be launching a new Hidden London virtual tour programme of Brompton Road and King William Street stations, two extremely restricted locations. Find out more about our virtual tours.
We are also restarting our Covent Garden walking tour which sadly had to be paused earlier in the year. These tours which start and end at the Museum in Covent Garden will explore the local area and how the area has transformed over the past 200 years since the birth of public transport. Read more about our walking tour.
As always, your safety, and the safety of our staff and volunteers is our top priority which is why we have made the decision to suspend further ticket sales for Hidden London tours taking place for the spring/summer 2020 season. We still hope to run tours this year, but this will be dependent upon the latest government advice. We know this will be disappointing news for many people who are keen to book, but we would love to welcome you back to in the future.
You can choose to donate the cost of your ticket to the Museum. More than 80% of our operating costs are raised through ticket sales and commercial activity so your generous support will be invaluable, helping us to continue our education and heritage work when we reopen.
For other Hidden London tour questions, please contact our booking team for your options: [email protected].
Keep up to date with our Coronavirus updates on our website page, by signing up to our enewsletter or following us on social media, plus watch the latest episodes from our Hidden London Hangouts mini-series on our YouTube channel.