North Greenwich Station

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North Greenwich Station

5 Millenium Way
SE10 0PH
+44 20 7222 1234


Tube Station Facilities
Jubilee line


3 out of 5 based on 7 reviews

Top 5 reviews of North Greenwich Station

4.0 out of 5 9 February 2014
by Pamela H.

Considering North Greenwich runs a bus service basically to my door and I need the Jubilee line to get me to work at Baker Street, I couldn't NOT like this station. It's the catch-all for me.

It has those glass barriers on the platform, extremely useful when you're trying to get to Central, the O2 has just released thousands of sweaty excited people and you're worried you'll get shunted onto...more

3.0 out of 5 29 September 2013
by Alex S.

Yeeeah, this one can be annoying. Clean, giant, sterile and annoying.

It's large, it's clean, and it will get you to the O2 (or the market if you really want to travel). But everything is crazy far away from everything else and sometimes poorly designerd (you feel like you're making a lot of turns for no real reason besides making a lot of turns.)

Although I do like the stations with the...more

3.0 out of 5 4 April 2013
by Yinnie C.

In contrast to my usual station (Bexley-village train station with a shack) This station is all in doors and only houses the tube. It gets me to places quicker too.

Its a bit cold, big and clinical though, but I guess it has to be, because it's supposed to be ideal for big audiences to come and go and I guess it serves it purpose. Especially with a one direction gig on. Oh god. Those fan...more

4.0 out of 5 24 July 2011
by Bruce K.

A station on the Jubilee line (the gray one) between Canary Wharf and Canning Town, North Greenwich is bespoke for the O2 Arena (formerly named the Millenium Dome). Lots and lots of ticket barriers and a reasonable number of ticket vending machines, it is clearly ready for the kind of peak-crowds you would expect when there is a large concert or event.

It is in Travelcard zones 2 and 3, where...more

4.0 out of 5 9 April 2008
by Helen M.

Pretty typical of the modern stations on the Jubilee Line. The train lines up with a barrier with doors through which you exit: a little safety thing to stop anyone jumping on the track! From there you head up to a higher level with a big open walkway and on towards the exit. The whole lot is inside one big space with no tunnels.

It is sort of dramatic, but nothing to really fall in love...more