Hidden London Down Street Tour for Two
Delight in a fascinating tour of the hidden Down Street in London. Discover the captivating history and explore the maze of tunnels with an experienced guide to show the way and share their knowledge. Down Street opened as a working station in 1907 but was only in operation until 1932. However, it became critical to the victory of the Second World War and was used to coordinate the nation's railways. Winston Churchill also covertly took refuge in the tunnels during The Blitz. Go beyond the city streets and discover an interesting hidden part of London. This intriguing tour delves into the history of this disused tube station and is a rare chance to see a secret part of the city otherwise closed off to the public. Enjoy this eye-opening tour for two.
- Go on a tour of the disused Down Street London Underground station
- Navigate the warren of tunnels with an expert guide
- See where Winston Churchill sought refuge during The Blitz
- Availability Description
Available Wednesday–Sunday, year round. All dates are subject to availability.
- Participant Guidelines
Minimum age: 14 years. Photo ID is required for all guests including children. An adequate level of fitness is required as the tour involves a lot of walking.
This tour will last for around 90 minutes. Please arrive 15 minutes before the tour starts.