- The Elizabeth line is open through central London, connecting all the way across the capital from Heathrow Airport and Reading to Shenfield and Abbey Wood.
- Trains run seven days a week, from early morning to late evening.
- You can use your Oyster or contactless payment card for most journeys on the Elizabeth line.
- All stations have step-free access from street to train.
Where does the Elizabeth line go?
The Elizabeth line runs through central London, from Reading and Heathrow Airport in the west and Shenfield and Abbey Wood in the east.
What is there to do along the Elizabeth line?
- Shop for clothes fit for royalty at one of Bond Street and Mayfair’s many Royal Warrant-holding stores.
- Explore some of the area's luxurious retailers, from Tiffany & Co and Chanel to Balenciaga and Emporio Armani.
- Experience an unforgettable afternoon tea at The Connaught or Claridge’s.
- Admire masterpieces from across history at the Royal Academy of Arts.
- Head to Mercato Mayfair which is home to international food, bars and a wine cellar.
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- Request a song to be played by the live performers at The Piano Works.
- Admire its unique architecture and check out the films, theatre shows and art galleries on offer at the Barbican.
- Take a ride through the narrow underground tunnels on Mail Rail and see the interesting exhibits at The Postal Museum.
- Shop 'til you drop at Westfield Stratford City, one of the largest shopping malls in Europe.
- Dance along to ABBA songs as digital "ABBAtars" perform at ABBA Voyage.
- Get into the spirit of the 2012 Olympic Games with a tour around Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, before sliding down the winding ArcelorMittal Orbit.
- Learn about London’s shipping and seafaring history at the Museum of London Docklands.
- Immerse yourself in nature at Crossrail Place Roof Garden.
- Tap into south-east London's creative pulse at Woolwich Works, a historic building that once housed a fireworks factory, a theatre and the Royal Artillery Band.
When does the Elizabeth line run?
Elizabeth line trains run every three to four minutes from early morning to late evening, seven days a week.
Can I use an Oyster or contactless payment card on the Elizabeth line?
How much does it cost to travel on the Elizabeth line?
Are stations on the Elizabeth line accessible?
Every Elizabeth line station has step-free access between the street and the platform. Free toilets are available at many stations, but some are inside the ticket barriers. Station staff are available for assistance from the first train to the last train.
Find more information about the Elizabeth line on the Transport for London website.