London, United Kingdom

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Urban exploration venues in London

  • Admiralty Citadel

    Horse Guards Parade, London, United Kingdom

    A huge, protected Second World fortress right in the middle of Central London, sat in between Horse Guards Parade and Saint James's Park.

  • Aldwych Station

    Westminster, London, United Kingdom

    Aldwych Station, originally know as Strand Station was closed in 1994. The disused street level entrance can still be seen on The Strand.

  • Bootstrap Company Bunker

    Hackney, London, United Kingdom

    A surviving WW2 underground bunker situated behind The Print House, the industrial space features 5 separate cavernous rooms. Untouched for over 60 years, the bunker remains in its original state. Available as a whole or individually, each room offers a distinct and diverse event space perfect for exhibitions and events.

  • Cabinet War Rooms

    Whitehall, London, United Kingdom

    One of London's most famous tourist attractions. Situated under Whitehall in the centre of the Capital, the Cabinet War Rooms was Prime Minster, Winston Churchill's hideaway during the second, built in a reinforced basement beneath the treasury building.

  • COBRA (Cabinet Office Briefing Room)

    Whitehall, London, United Kingdom

    COBRA is an acronym commonly used in the press for Cabinet Office Briefing Room A, the briefing rooms are a suite of secure, hardened meeting rooms used in times of national crisis by various government departments. COBR is now a term used to refer to both the facility and the committee.

  • Down Street Station

    Piccadilly, London, United Kingdom

    Down Street is a London Underground station between Hyde Park Corner and Green Park on the Piccadilly line, it was closed in 1932 and later used as an air raid shelter.

  • Paddock

    Dollis Hill, London, United Kingdom

    Paddock was Winston Churchill's alternate Cabinet War Room bunker for World War II, constructed in 1939 but only visited once by the Prime Minister before it was abandoned in 1944.

  • PINDAR Bunker

    Whitehall, London, United Kingdom

    PINDAR is a secure government bunker complex, constructed in the 1990s beneath the Ministry of Defence headquarters on Whitehall in Central London.

  • Stockwell Deep Level Shelter

    Stockwell, London, United Kingdom

    During the Second World War eight deep level shelters were built underneath stations on the Northern Line. The Stockwell shelter was completed in 1942 and was used as a public shelter for a year in 1944. The shelter is now used as document archiving warehouse.

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