Get an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour of the London Underground Station that features regularly on screen and stands in for a working tube station.
In reality, you’ll see the empty platforms, tunnels and escalators of this now empty station and visit areas not accessible to the general public.
Productions to have used this station include the 23rd James Bond film, Skyfall, Thor 2, The Bourne Ultimatum and it was also seen in the first episode of Series 3 of BBC’s Sherlock with Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman.
Please note that, due to filming schedules, private tours can only be booked and confirmed 5 weeks prior to the tour taking place.
Charing Cross Station Tours are available on a very limited basis. Private tours can only be arranged on weekdays (not weekends) no more than 5 weeks in advance. Group sizes are limited to a max of 15 persons.
NOTE: Access to the platform is by staircase only and there is no working lift in operation. It is advisable therefore for your health and safety that you should have a moderate to high level of fitness, as you will be required to walk out in the event of an emergency. If you appear not to meet this requirement, you may be refused entry. Visitors should wear sturdy shoes. Guests wearing open toe shoes, sandals or high-heels will be refused entry due to Health and Safety requirements. Children under 16 years of age are not permitted entry into the station. Walk-ups on the day will be refused entry for reasons of Health and Safety.
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Adult (16 years+): £39
Outside Charing Cross railway station next to the Amba Hotel
Charing Cross Station
Professional guide and a free place on our London Film Walk
1½ hour guided tour of one of London’s oldest disused tube stations that has featured in several screen productions.