As part of the London Open House weekend, there will be tours of four Crossrail sites to see the work that is converting them into future Elizabeth line stations.

Tours need to be prebooked, and tickets are being released today at lunchtime.

All tours take place on the Saturday (16th Sept) only.

Please read the Key Information about each tour when booking.

Farringdon (10am – 4pm)

Two tours will held at Farringdon – a self guided tour of western ticket hall and a guided tour underground:

Ticket hall tour – A view of the new western ticket hall apse ceiling and ongoing works. Timed entry every 30 mins.

Platform tour – A view of the platforms and escalator spaces below ground. Timed tours every hour.

Liverpool Street (10am – 5pm)

Presentation in our site office then guided tour of the Broadgate ticket hall. Timed tours every hour.

Whitechapel (9am – 1pm)

Guided tour of the new station concourse sitting atop the London Overground and London Underground. Timed tours every 30 minutes.

Canary Wharf (1pm – 4pm)

Self guided tour of the station entrance, ticket hall and platform — and the first chance to see the newly installed platform screen doors. Timed entry every 30 minutes.



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One comment
  1. Mark says:

    Is photography allowed?

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