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in seeing whats it’s like down an abandoned tube station? Have you heard stories that some are haunted and mutated humans have a gang down their selling knock off merch…we made that bit up. Tours of abandoned tube station don’t come round to often and when they do tickets fly out the door. Luckily for you we’ve got two places for a special tour at Aldywch on Friday 22nd of November.

Aldwych is one of London’s mysterious places, holding secrets and memories of the city’s forgotten life and work underground. The station has had a varied history; it provided shelter to Londoners during the Blitz and has been used for film shoots including Patriot Games, Mr Selfridge and Atonement.


Hit us up on Twitter or Facebook with ‘I AINT AFRAID OF NO GHOST @ltmuseum AND THIS ALDYWCH TOUR HAS ME ENGROSSED @LONDONTHEINSIDE’ to enter yourself in the mix to win this awesome experience.

We will pick a winner at random next Wednesday (9th Oct) before 5pm.

Important access information

Access to the platform is by staircase only and there is no working lift in operation. 160 stairs connect the ticket hall level to the platform level – there is no step-free access.

Visitors should wear sturdy shoes. Guests wearing open toe sandals, shoes or high-heels will be refused entry due to a health and safety requirements.

The event is not suitable for Children under 16 years of age.

The London Transport Museum tours of Aldwych Station are running on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays throughout November, contact the London Transport Museum on 020 7565 7298 or book online.

Tickets available here.
Friday 22nd of November at 6.30pm
Surrey Street WC2R 2NE