The area surrounding Marylebone Station is one of the most exciting parts of London, offering an array of fascinating things to see and do for all ages and tastes. Travelling by Tube is a popular option for visitors to England’s capital, as it opens up fast and convenient travel to plenty of destinations which might otherwise take quite a while to reach! We’ve compiled this guide to four great places you can get to with a Tube from Marylebone, bringing a fantastic day out closer than ever before…
Abbey Road Studios
This world-famous music studio is known as the space where the Beatles recorded many of their greatest hits, and the zebra crossing just outside continues to attract plenty of visitors eager to recreate the iconic photograph of the band walking across.
By taking the Bakerloo line from Marylebone to Maida Vale, you can stop off here and see this historic site for yourself – ideal for a day of exploring before heading to the Montcalm Marble Arch Afternoon Tea.
The Abbey Road Studios first opened in 1931, and have branched out into not only popular music, but sound for the TV and film industry. Visitors are welcome to look around, and the space is also available to hire for true music enthusiasts wanting to throw a party they won’t soon forget.
The London Eye
Get off the Tube at Waterloo and you will be just a short walk from the London Eye, one of the most iconic sights of the London skyline. After dining at Hankies, this is a great way to see the city in a unique way – packing in many of the most famous buildings without the hassle of making the trip to each and every one of them.
The experience can also be upgraded by selecting from a wide range of unique packages designed to further improve your trip. The capsules can be rented out for private parties, or you can simply enjoy a taste of the highlife with a glass of champagne during your spin.
Imperial War Museum
To explore Britain’s military past and present, simply get off the Tube at Lambeth North. This is one of the most impressive museums in the city, as it gives a rare glimpse into the machinery and people who fuel the UK’s military might, as well as closely examining some of the most significant conflicts which the country has been involved in throughout history – all whilst carefully avoiding glorification of warfare.
The National Gallery
If you get off the Tube at Charing Cross, you are only a short distance from The National Gallery. This is a fantastic place to see a wealth of European art through the centuries, housed in stunning surroundings. For culture vultures looking for something to do before a dinner at Hankies, there is nothing better.
The Comedy Store
In the mood for a few laughs? Then get off the Tube at Picadilly Circus and head along to The Comedy Store, the home of comedy in London. With something for everyone, you can also explore the surrounding West End in style.