The London Transport Museum is offering a “Black Friday” discount of 50 percent off their disused station tours which take visitors on a digital tour of subterranean London from the comfort of their sofas.

On these digital tours, guests are be walked through a gallery of contemporary photos, videos, never-before-seen footage as well as archival images from London Transport Museum’s collection while their guides reveal facts and tales about these ‘forgotten’ parts of London Underground and trams.

Some of these hidden locations such as Brompton Road station and King William Street will never be open to the public. This is because they have extremely limited access making public tours a practical impossibility.

(c) London Transport Museum

When booking a Hidden London tour online, use the voucher code BLACKFRIDAY50 — which is valid from 27th Nov to 30th Nov inclusive — for tours running until 20th December 2020.

The Hidden London virtual tours are usually £20 per ticket and £17.50 for concessions – but will be £10/£8.75 with the discount code.

To book a virtual tour, go here.

Discounted gifts

London Transport Museum’s online shop is also offering 25 percent off some of its Hidden London gift range this weekend, between 20 to 22 November (inclusive) – which you can visit here.

The Hidden London quiz

Join members of the Hidden London team for a lockdown quiz on Zoom and battle it out with fellow Hidden London fans. There are prizes of up to £50 in gift vouchers (valid for Hidden London tours) up for grabs.

Entrants should assemble a team (or go it alone) for the Museum’s two Hidden London quizzes on Friday 20th and Thursday 26th November. Each quiz will have different questions so quizzers can give both a go. More information about the quizzes is here.


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