You can now take a peek at some of London's secreted past on these limited run tours. 

London Transport Museum's Hidden London tours take tour-goers through the 160 years of London Underground's history by exploring 'forgotten', hidden and 'secret' locations. 

This behind-the-scenes type, award-winning tour grants guests access to some of the capital's locations that are generally off limits to the public, and given London's long, rich history, these places are pretty cool. 

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Sites include the original 19th century passageways and features at Shepherd’s Bush, the bomb-proof wartime corridors concealed at the now disused Down Street station on the Piccadilly line, Euston's secret 1960s gallery of advertising posters, and the labyrinth of underground passages hidden deep beneath Clapham South which were built to shelter Londoners during the Second World War. Fascinating stuff, no?

Four in-person tours will run in February and March, and tickets start from £32. 

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There's also virtual Hidden London tours too, which take you underground, from the comfort of your own home, and Hidden London walking tours which take you past the secrets of Covent Garden, Kingsway, Lincoln’s Inn Fields and Victoria Embankment at a leasurely pace. 

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