Westminster Underground Station is in Zone 1 on the Jubilee, District and Circle lines.
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- Central line
- Circle line
- District line
- Jubilee line
- Zone one
The Jubilee line..... It looks like the inside of the Tardis. If Dr Who lived in a tube station it would be Westminster. All the touristy things are here Big Ben, Whitehall and Downing St are all nearby.
The District line goes to my house to so yay for that!
Also there's like ministers and stuff driving around in fancy Jaguars right above your head so it's got that going for it.more
Travel can be hard and not everything goes as planned. It can be expensive, exhausting and sometimes you think to yourself, "Why did I do this?"
Then you have one of those experiences, where you just say "Wow!" And all the lines, grouchy travelers and thoughts of that credit card bill you will receive upon your return just melt away. There are some things you just need to see in person....more
At this time of year, the station is very busy. According to a Mastercard survey, London is the most visited city in the world and in the height of summer, this station is a veritable Tower of Babel with throngs flocking to the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey and the London Eye.
As noted by Bruce K, it's a modern looking station and they've tried to make lots of space but...more
Westminster was recently completely remodeled and I suppose they decided to save some quid (local currency) and eliminated all of the pretty colors and wall paintings that appear in so many other Tube stations. This is the most utilitarian station I've seen anywhere - lots of exposed concrete and steel beams and ventilation shafts. Perhaps this was by intent?
Regardless, this is a very busy...more
Well this station is all kinds of fun! It's a bit like something out of Star Trek. That makes it fun in my book. Granted, I don't use this stop very often but when i do it's lots of fun indeed.
More tube stations should look like they're in sci-fi films. Brilliant design.more