Ever Been In Clapham's Deep-Level Shelter? Now's Your (Rare) Chance

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Ever Been In Clapham's Deep-Level Shelter? Now's Your (Rare) Chance

Whether it's London's rich history or London's subterranean secrets that gets you excited, you're likely to jump at this rare chance to explore Clapham South's deep-level shelter. Just one of eight such shelters that exist across London, the underground marvel contains over a mile of passageways and has been used as a shelter during the Blitz, temporary accommodation for Windrush migrants and even a budget hotel over the years.

Want to take a peek around for yourself? London Transport Museum's Hidden London series is offering tours this August and September. You'll have to be quick though, spaces will sell fast.

The Clapham South: Subterranean Shelter tour is part of London Transport Museum's series of Hidden London tours. To find out more and book tickets, visit the website here.

Last Updated 04 July 2018