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Discover a 70 year old secret

Built in 1940-1942 by the Government to protect citizens during the Blitz in World War II. Envisage what it was like for past generations to have lived through this period of time.

Heritage and Culture

Plans to work with key project partners to offer a combination of historical heritage experiences and a cultural, beautifully designed, multi-sensory, digital experience.

Underground Bar

‘Shaken, not stirred’ Vesper Martinis could be served in what is hoped to be the deepest licensed bar in the United Kingdom.

Discover a 70 year old secret

Built in 1940-1942 by the Government to protect citizens during the Blitz in World War II. Envisage what it was like for past generations to have lived through this period of time.

Heritage and Culture

Plans to work with key project partners to offer a combination of historical heritage experiences and a cultural, beautifully designed, multi-sensory, digital experience.

Underground Bar

‘Shaken, not stirred’ Vesper Martinis could be served in what is hoped to be the deepest licensed bar in the United Kingdom.

Creating experiences worthy of the stories they aim to tell

The London Tunnels aims to partner with leading names in entertainment and technology, to inspire exploration and imagination. It plans to become the destination for engaging stories about the capital and its people throughout the 20th century.

Playing a crucial role in enhancing the capital's cultural & heritage appeal

The Tunnels’ historical significance, expansive scope, and prime position where London’s West End meets the historic Square Mile could position them as one of the most thrilling global destinations. They have the potential to significantly contribute to enhancing the capital’s cultural and heritage allure, potentially drawing up to two million visitors annually.

Fusing Heritage
and Innovation

The London Tunnels team, seasoned investment specialists with a successful track record in diverse portfolios and sustainable conservation projects, collaborates with experts in arts, technology, architecture, and business. Together, we’re preserving the Tunnels’ heritage while shaping their future purpose.

Our ambition for The London Tunnels

Reviving the Kingsway Exchange Tunnels

and the part they played in history, by giving them a renewed sense of public purpose.

Capturing people’s imagination

around the world, while respecting those who live and work in the neighbourhood.

Democratising access

and ensuring The London Tunnels can be an experience shared by people of all ages, abilities and backgrounds.

Delivering tangible economic benefits

to an area still recovering from the Pandemic.

Working with a wider project team

Media

Latest insights

Newsroom City of London

City Corporation approves plans to transform wartime Kingsway Tunnels site...

June 11, 2024

The City of London Corporation’s Planning and Transportation Committee has today, approved proposals to change the use of the deep-level subterranean wartime shelter…

CNN

Plans have been revealed for secret World War II tunnels to open to public

September 26, 2023

LondonCNN —  Plans have been revealed for what promises to be London’s most spectacular underground tourist attraction ever: the $268 million transformation of a…

Independent

Secret Second World War spy tunnels to create London’s biggest tourist attraction

September 26, 2023

A secret network of tunnels used by Winston Churchill and the inspiration for James Bond’s Q branch could be opened as London’s next tourist hotspot. Hidden deep below the…

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