- Tube Station Facilities
- Jubilee line
- Piccadilly line
- Victoria line
Note to parents -
USE this tube station for your visit to Buckingham Palace - NOT the Victoria Station (which has no lifts) - I learned that the hard way...
This station is in the middle of everything - and within close walking distance to many attractions/parks/eateries...
I walked back to this station on our way home from the Palace....
Lift was on the corner..and just an escalator ride...more
Following the massive overhaul of this station, pending the 2012 Olympics, it has been a bit of a mess, but more recently it has been in much better shape. Most notably there is now a new ramp exit that opens directly into the park. It looks rather special at night, with the lights guiding the ascent. Could be likened to a mini runway.
Convenient as ever, the residence of the Piccadilly,...more
Its almost a cliche this tourist site :
Art on the Railings at Green Park.
Still worth a quick look but important
to leave your wallet at home, the work
is just terrible, & they try the big sell as if this
was not England .more
Green Park tube station is, duh, right next to Green Park and if the tannoy ("PA system" in American) is working, the train driver will let you know that this is the right station to use for Buckingham Palace. At the congruence of three Underground lines, the station is served by the the Jubilee line (between Bond Street and Westminster), the Piccadilly line (between Piccadilly Circus and Hyde...more
Green Park is one of the largest of the purely deep-level underground interchanges, between the Piccadilly, Victoria and Jubilee lines, and handles over 30 million passengers a year.
For most of its life, though, it has not been an interchange. It opened on 15th December, 1906, as Dover Street (St. James's) on the then Great Northern, Piccadilly and Brompton Railway, which ran from Finsbury...more