The Transport Museum has long been a portal to secret sites in London, it runs regular tours of disused tube stations across the city, like Aldwych and the tunnels of Euston. Now you can explore Hidden London: the exhibition, an immersive trip that delves deep into the public transport underworld beneath our busy commuter feet and the stories hiding within it.
Discover secrets from WW2 where a 2000-strong staff, mostly made up of women worked in an underground aircraft factory along a stretch of the Central Line. Peruse archive photos, previously unseen diagrams and vintage transport posters. The exhibition also includes a reconstruction of Winston Churchill’s blitz shelter dining room.
Extend the weekend fun into bank holiday Monday with this community street party in east London! Celebrating its 11th year with street food, drinks and DJ sets, it’s a family day out with all the trimmings. Kids can enjoy bouncy castles, […]
Join seasoned guide Adam Scott Goulding for an all singing, all dancing, all quizzing tour of the West End and its music venues. Expect trivia, maps, live music and banter—as well as a pub quiz. There’s a prize for the […]
Soho’s famous Chinatown may be all but deserted these days, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still enjoy it! What to expect Area guide Minji has taken her tours online, with a mix of prerecorded scenes and live discussion. Expect […]
Join London’s theatre lovers on the last Monday of each month for a quiz unlike any other. What to expect at the National Theatre Home Quiz Guests hosts have included some of the biggest names of stage and screen. Last […]