Aldwych station is a fascinating location with a rich and varied history. It opened to the public in 1907, never reached its planned potential and eventually closed in 1994.
Here is a rare opportunity to take a tour of the now disused Aldwych Underground station in the Strand. Led by expert guides, you will be able to see the ticket hall, the original lifts, abandoned platforms and inter-connecting walkways – including some that have very rarely been seen by the public.
The station provided shelter to Londoners during the Blitz and also starred in its own right in productions including Superman IV, The Krays, Patriot Games, V for Vendetta, The Good Shepherd, Atonement, 28 Weeks Later, Mr Selfridge, Sherlock, SS-GB and much more.
Aldwych Station Tours are available on a very limited basis. Dates are released a few weeks in advance and tickets will then be released on a first-come-first-served basis. See further below for the next available date. Tours usually take place on a Thursday or Friday afternoon. Group sizes are limited to a max of 25 persons.
In order to comply with London Underground regulations, additional security is required for all weekend tours and is reflected in the price of the tour.
See where over 20 film productions have taken place
Get a rare opportunity to access one of London’s oldest disused stations
Learn about the history of this hidden transport gem
Access a location rarely seen by members of the public
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