The Hidden London series of tours of disused parts of the London Underground is largely sold out, but still has some tickets left for the Clapham deep level shelters.

Journey 180 steps underground to explore one of eight deep-level shelters that exist across London. Opened to the public in July 1944, Clapham South deep-level shelter has over a mile of subterranean passageways that reveal the extraordinary stories of those who sheltered here, from Londoners seeking refuge during the Blitz, to hopeful Caribbean migrants arriving on the Empire Windrush, and even thrifty visitors to the Festival of Britain.

Dates: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
13 – 26 January, 7 – 23 February, 28 February – 4 March, 14 – 23 March 2018
Times: various
Tour duration: 75 minutes approx.
Location: Clapham South deep-level shelter, SW12 9DU
Tickets: Adult £41.50; Concession £36.50 (+ £1.50 booking fee per transaction)

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Tickets include a one half-price day pass to London Transport Museum within one month of your Hidden London event date.

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One comment on “Tickets available for Clapham tunnel tours
  1. Aikaterini Athanasouli says:

    My name is Aikaterini Athanassouli and I am a 3rd year student in the Welsh School of Architecture, in University of Cardiff.

    The area of Clapham, and specifically the South Shelter have been of high interest to me and I chose this site as my hypothetical Design Project for this year.

    I have looked at your website and I am fascinated about the underground war shelter being open to the public. I will buy the ticket for the tour-visit when it is available, I think end of January.

    I am writing you this email to ask you if its possible, to provide me with some more information about the shelter, prior to my visit.

    Anything from diagrams, measurements, drawings, information or articles would be appreciated. I have made a thorough research, but I seem to lack information for my university project as I don’t understand the underground nature of the site.

    Your knowledge would be very helpful.
    Thank you for your time,
    Regards,
    Aikaterini

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