The London Transport Museum is opening the disused Aldwych Tube station for a series of public tours in November.
Usually closed to the public, the station first opened in 1907 but was never heavily used and shut in 1994.
It served as a bomb shelter in the Blitz and has since been used for film shoots including for Hollywood blockbuster Patriot Games and ITV’s Mr Selfridge.
The tours start on 7 November and will include the ticket hall, platforms and inter-connecting walkways – including some that have very rarely been seen by the public.
All tickets include free entry to London Transport Museum to be used within one month of the stated Aldwych station tour date.
The museum warns that access to the platform is by staircase (160 stairs) and that there are no lifts or step-free access.
In addition, visitors should wear sturdy shoes. Guests wearing open toe sandals, shoes or high-heels will be refused entry due to a health and safety requirements.
Tickets must be booked in advance at www.ltmuseum.co.uk or by calling 020 7565 7298 and cost £25.00 (£20.00 concessions).