Venue Details & Map
Southwark Underground Station
Southwark StreetLondonSE1 8NW
- +44 845 330 9880
Southwark tube station is one of the newer stations on the tube, having been opened in 1999 with the expansion of the Jubilee line and it receives between 10 - 15 million people a year, so it isn't the busiest of stations you will come across while commuting in London.
Southwark station is only on the Jubilee line however, and is in between Waterloo and London Bridge stations, I do feel it is...more
Well located station that is never very busy. As it is only served by the Jubilee line it is not that well served. There is however lots of bars and restaurants in the area making this station perfect for a night on the town!more
Have never used this Tube station before but it must be one of the most pleasant out there.
Easy to navigate, incredibly modern and good for connections to Waterloo and Westminster.more
This station, as many have pointed out before, feels very new - and that's because it is very new. I loved the giant glass dome as I got off the escalator, greeting me into the area. Very la-de-da... Or maybe just very train station feeling.
I came here for a meeting at Byron and that was a win too. The Cut is right outside of the station and full of fun shops and places to...more
One of the more modern tube stations, Southwark (pronounced "su-therck") is the closest station to the Imperial War Museum and the Tate Modern though you still have to walk a half mile. Opened recently, the station is on the Jubilee Line and has the really neat platform edge doors which line up with the train when it pulls into the station. This prevents people from falling or being pushed...more