How to get to Waterloo By Tube

Waterloo Tube station is in Zone 1 of the Tube Map. It sits on the Northern, Jubilee, Bakerloo and Waterloo & City lines and these are some popular ways to get to Waterloo.

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How to get to Waterloo From King’s Cross St Pancras

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Take the Piccadilly line Westbound to Leicester Square. Change at Leicester Square and then take the Northern line Southbound to Waterloo station.


How to get to Waterloo From Oxford Circus

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Take the Bakerloo line Southbound to Waterloo station.


How to get to Waterloo From Victoria

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Take the Circle line Eastbound to Westminster. Change at Westminster and then take the Jubilee line Eastbound to Waterloo station.


How to get to Waterloo From Liverpool Street

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Take the Central line Westbound to Bank. Change at Bank and then take the Waterloo & City line Westbound to Waterloo station.


How to get to Waterloo from Euston

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Take the Northern line Southbound (taking the Kennington via CX train) to Waterloo.


How to get to Waterloo From Heathrow

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Take the Piccadilly line to Piccadilly Circus (Eastbound if going from Terminals 2 & 3). Change at Piccadilly Circus and then take the Bakerloo line Southbound to Waterloo station.

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How to get to Waterloo by bus

Waterloo is located south of the river Thames and is close to a number of attractions, including the London Eye and the London Dungeon.

How to get to Waterloo From King’s Cross St Pancras

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Walk to Upper Woburn place/ Euston Road bus stop. Take the 168 bus to Waterloo Bridge/ South Bank. Then walk to Waterloo station.


How to get to Waterloo From Oxford Circus

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Walk to Oxford Circus Station bus stop. Take the 150 to St Thomas’ Hospital/ County Hall. Then walk to Waterloo station.


How to get to Waterloo From Victoria

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Start at Victoria Bus station. Take the 507 bus to Waterloo Station/ Upper Taxi Road.


How to get to Waterloo From Liverpool Street

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Walk to Old Broad Street bus stop. Take the 26 bus to Waterloo Station/ Waterloo Road.


How to get to Waterloo from Euston

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Walk to Upper Woburn Place / Euston Road bus stop. Take the 168 bus to Waterloo Bridge / South Bank. Then walk to Waterloo station.


How to get to Waterloo From Heathrow

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Start at Heathrow Central Bus station. Take the 111 bus to Hounslow Bus station. Then take the 237 bus to Shepherd’s Bush station. Then take the 148 bus to St Thomas’ Hospital/ County Hall. Then walk to Waterloo station.

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FAQs About Waterloo Station

 

WHICH LINES GO TO WATERLOO?

The Bakerloo, Jubilee, Northern and Waterloo & City lines stop at Waterloo.

WHAT ZONE IS WATERLOO STATION IN?

On the Tube Map Waterloo is in Zone 1.

IS WATERLOO UNDERGROUND STATION STEP-FREE?

Waterloo station is step-free for the following platforms:
4 – Bakerloo southbound
5 – Jubilee Westbound
6 – Jubilee Eastbound
26 – Waterloo & City
Platforms 1, 2 and 3 are not step-free.

WHICH BUS ROUTES STOP AT WATERLOO STATION?

These are the buses that leave from/ arrive at stops by Waterloo.

1, 4, 26, 59, 68, 76, 77, 139, 168, 171, 172, 176, 188, 211, 243, 341, 381, 507, 521, N1, N68, N171, N381, N343, RV1, X68

 

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Near Waterloo Station

You’ll find all of these points of interest within walking distance from Waterloo station. Use the postcode or search by name to plan a journey to any of these in Tube Map or Bus Times London.

BFI IMAX 1 – SE1 8XR

BFI Southbank – SE1 8XT

Coca-Cola London Eye – SE1 7PB

The London Dungeon – SE1 7PB

SEA LIFE London Aquarium – SE1 7PB

Westminster Bridge – SE1 7GL

St Thomas’ Hospital – SE1 7EH

Imperial War Museum – SE1 6HZ

St George’s Cathedral – SE1 7HY

 

Looking for more journeys and route suggestions?

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