London Tube Map 2024

Updated: May 2024

On our website, you will find the following information about the London Underground: maps of daytime services, fares, timetables, maps of each tube line, maps of the night tube services, and the railway lines connecting each end of Greater London.


London Tube Map

  Underground map with the tube lines and stations, according to the current geographical location in London.

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London Tube map 2024

  Download the London tube map in PDF format:

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For smartphone. 7 MB
For Printing in high-resolution. 28 MB

The Tube map is also available showing wheelchair-accessible stations and in 15 languages (in PDF format).


London Tube Night Service Map

On Fridays and Saturdays, London's Underground and Overground offer night services. The lines and stations that operate overnight on these days are:

  • Central Line (Ealing Broadway to Loughton).
  • Jubilee Line (Stanmore to Stratford).
  • Northern (Edgware/High Barnet to Morden)
  • Piccadilly (Cockfosters to Heathrow)
  • Victoria Line (Brixton to Walthamstow Central).
  • London Overground (New Cross Gate to Highbury & Islington).

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London night tube map 2024


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Map based on the original work "London Underground Overground DLR Crossrail map night.svg" by Sameboat, available under the CC BY-SA 4.0 license. Modifications made by

Map Guide

  1. The Tube: Each of the 11 Underground lines is depicted in its own distinct colour and marked by a stout line. The array includes the Bakerloo, Central, Circle, District, Hammersmith & City, Jubilee, Metropolitan, Northern, Piccadilly, Victoria, and Waterloo & City lines.
  2. Trains: Rail services such as the DLR (Docklands Light Railway), London Overground, and the Elizabeth Line are represented by dual parallel lines (=) on the map.
  3. Interchanges: Key spots to hop between Tube lines are shown as white circles with a stark black outline.
  4. Zoning Out: The city's transport is split into 9 zones. Central London falls into Zone 1, while Zone 6 touches the outskirts.For the prime spots and tourist hotspots, stick to Zones 1 & 2.
  5. Fare Do's: Fares kick off from £6.70 to £9.80, depending on your zone. Bag a bargain with an Oyster Card or a Visitor Oyster Card; prices drop to between £2.70 and £3.60 off-peak and £2.80 to £5.60 during the rush.
  6. Tube Timings: The Underground runs from 5:00 am till midnight, Monday to Saturday, and from 7:00 am till 11:00 pm on Sundays. Rush hours are weekday mornings from 6:30 am to 9:30 am and evenings from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm, excluding bank holidays. For spot-on times, do check our detailed timetable.

Maps of London Tube lines

If you need information about a particular line, you can click on any of the links below and access individual maps of the London Tube and Overground lines.

[ Click on a line to get more information ]

Underground lines
 H'smith & City 
 Waterloo & City 

Overground rails
 Elizabeth Line 
 London Overground 
 London Trams 
 London Cable Car 

Where to buy tourist tickets online?

On the Tiqets website, you can buy cheaper tickets for all kinds of museums, shows, monuments, attractions, and tours. On some items, you can save up to 20%. In most places, with these tickets, you will not have to wait in line at the entrance.


Interesting Facts about the London Underground and its map

The London Underground, better known as the Tube, is one of the most extensive networks in the world. In London, the tube is connected and integrated with trains and trams.

There are ticket vending machines where you can buy tickets or top-up prepaid cards.

You must touch your card or ticket at the yellow reader at the beginning, and at the end of your journey.

There are different benefits available for children and elderly people.


London Underground: A Masterclass in Design

London's Tube is not just a transport system; it embodies the city's essence. Its three hallmark design elements have been trademarked, elevating London to iconic status on a global scale, truly incomparable.

The Tube map, a brainchild of Harry Beck in 1931, adopts a schematic approach, simplifying the intricate routes of the transport system (its schematic nature means it doesn't adhere to actual distances).

This map's design principle has been adopted globally across various underground and railway networks. Its influence extends beyond transport into sectors like aviation. Initially dismissed by the railway company, Beck's concept has since become a standard. Mr. Beck, working for the railway at the time, faced initial rejection of his map.

The Roundel, symbolizing the underground, features a circular motif with a bar bearing the red, white, and blue colours, conceived in 1900 and finding inspiration in Paris metro's promotional materials.

The design set is rounded off with the "Johnston" typeface, visible on maps and signage throughout the Underground, as well as on Overground and TfL-affiliated railways. This typeface was specifically crafted for the Tube.


Questions and answers

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