Trains to Madame Tussauds

Getting to Madame Tussauds by train

Get to Madame Tussauds by catching a train to London Euston and dive into the world of celebrities, icons and legends at Madame Tussauds, only a brief two-minute stroll from Baker Street tube station.

Hop on the Circle, Metropolitan, or Hammersmith & City lines from Euston for a four-stop ride to Baker Street underground station.

Purchase your train tickets to London Euston for Madame Tussauds, or for more information see our live departure and arrival times.


London Euston (EUS)

London Euston station
Euston Road
Greater London
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London Euston station information

Staffing level Full time
Information systems
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Station operator Network Rail
Ticket office opening times

The travel centre is on the left as you enter through the main entrance.

Advanced bookings are available:

Monday to Friday - 06:30 to 21:00Saturday - 08:30 to 21:00Sunday - 07:30 to 21:00

Advance bookings: Mon - Fri 0630 - 2100 Sat- 0830 - 2100 Sun 0730 - 2100

  • Monday to Friday: 06:00 - 22:30
  • Saturday: 06:00 - 22:00
  • Sunday: 07:00 - 22:30
Pre-purchase collection Yes
Ticket machine Yes
Top up Oyster cards here Yes
Oyster cards information

Oyster Cards can be bought and topped up at the Underground station.

Other Oyster transactions available from service ticket machines operated by London Northwestern Railway.

Smartcards issued here No
Validate Smartcards here No
Travel card Zone 1
Penalty fares NR
Customer service information

Monday-Sunday 07:00-23:00

Customers can seek information and assistance from the ticket office or the Mobility Assistance Reception.

Left luggage

Available: Yes

Telephone: 020 3468 4670


Lost property

Telephone: 0330 024 0215


  • Monday to Friday: 09:00 - 17:30
First class lounge opening times


Located on first floor, accessed via balcony.

Step free to access

Yes a platform lift for mobility impaired customers.


First Class customers can find a comfy seat and enjoy complimentary soft drinks, light snacks and newspapers.

Lounge Availability

You can enjoy the First Class Lounge up to two hours (see Note below) before your outward journey and for an hour after your inward journey on the travel date shown on your ticket.

Note - Access time before your outward journey is reduced to one hour at peak times (15:00-19:00 on Thursdays and Fridays) for First Advance ticket holders only.

Tickets Accepted:

Avanti West Coast: Business, First Open or Advance First tickets.

Caledonian Sleeper: First tickets.

You can only enter the lounge on the travel date shown on your ticket.

Please note that London Northwestern Railway first class tickets are not valid in this lounge.

Concessions for Standard Class sleeper customers


  • Monday to Friday: 06:45 - 22:00
  • Saturday: 06:45 - 21:30
  • Sunday: 08:00 - 22:00
Seated area
Waiting room

Located by the entrance to platforms 16-18

Station buffet

Coffee shop Café Coffee kiosk Food vending machine Public House/Bar Food outlet (Seating available) Food outlet (Seating unavailable)


These are located by the entrance to platforms 1-3

There are also accessible showers located in the First Class Lounge, shared between Caledonian Sleeper and Avanti West Coast.

Baby changing facilities

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Post box
Tourist information

Transport for London Visitor Centre I located on the main concourse.

ATM machine

Located outside the station Located on concourse Located outside main entrance


Wide range of shops - see the Station Plan map .


We want everyone to travel with confidence. That is why, if you are planning on travelling on national rail services, you can request an assistance booking in advance - now up to 2 hours before your journey is due to start, any time of the day. For more information about Passenger Assist and how to request an assistance booking via Passenger Assist, please click here .


If you wish to book assistance but are not sure which train operator you are travelling with, you can call 0800 022 3720. On calling, you will be referred to the appropriate train operator.


Staff help

Help is available from the Mobility Assistance Reception (if closed please use number on the reception door) or see any member of station staff. Mobility Assistance Reception is open 07:00-23:00 Monday to Saturday and 08:00-23:00 on Sunday.

Disabled assistance is available to and from platforms, the car park and the taxi rank & drop off area. You can request this from the Mobility Assistance Reception that can be found on the main concourse between Boots & the ticket office or from any member of staff. It is preferred if assistance is booked 24 hour in advance using the following numbers of the train company you are travelling with:

  • Monday to Thursday: 04:30 - 01:30
  • Friday to Saturday: 04:30 - 02:00
  • Sunday: 05:15 - 01:30
Induction loop available Yes
Ticket machine

Mobility Assistance will help passengers buying tickets if required.

Accessible booking office counter available

Avanti West Coast have a height adjusted ticket counter which can be found in the ticket office on the left hand side of the Main Concourse when entering the station.

Ramp for train access available
Accessible taxis information

The route to the main taxi pick up point has steps, so anyone with mobility problems can use the disabled taxi pick up point reached via the lifts.

You can request assistance to and from the taxi rank can using the telephones at the top of the stairs and at the taxi set down point. Or by telephoning Mobility Assistance at London Euston on 0207 922 6482.

The main taxi rank is beneath the station and is reached via the lifts next to the main ticket office or the stairs by the entrance to the Underground.

National Key toilets available

These are located adjacent to the main public toilets, by the entrance to platforms 1-3.

Step free access

Suitable for disabled passengers. Level access to all platforms via ramps. Lifts provided between concourse, taxi & car park and London Underground ticket hall.

Lift access is available to the Underground ticket hall, however the Underground station itself has only escalators & stairs. Nearby Euston Square station has step-free access Westbound only to the Circle, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan Lines.

For more information on the accessibility on London Transport click here .

Ticket gates

There are ticket gates at the entrances to platforms 1 - 3 & 8 - 11 and can be accessed by wide gates.

Impaired mobility set down available

Assistance is available to and from platforms, the car park and the taxi rank. You can request this from the Mobility Assistance Lounge Reception that can be found on the left hand side of the main entrance or from any member of staff. It is advised to use the Mobility assistance number at London Euston Station on 02079226482 if being booked on the day. It is preferred if assistance is booked 24 hour in advance using the following numbers of the train company you are travelling with.

No car park information available.
Onward travel

Buses are available from Euston bus station next to the railway station. All Transport for London buses are accessible by step free access.

More information about Transport for London buses can be found here

Cycle storage available Yes
Cycle storage spaces 415
Cycle storage sheltered Yes
Cycle storage CCTV Yes
Cycle storage location

On platform 18 at buffer end, West Colonnade opposite Sainsbury's, alongside station entrance, East Colonnade opposite M&S and to the rear of Nandos and Cafe Rouge

Cycle storage types
  • Stands
Rail replacement information

Go to Platform 2, there is a gate adjacent to the station from the main road.

Taxi rank
Metro services

Euston Underground station has access to the Northern Line and the Victoria Line. Lift access is available to the Underground ticket hall, however the Underground station itself has only escalators & stairs. Nearby Euston Square station has access to the Circle, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan Lines. For more information on the accessibility on London Transport click here .

The Underground station is very busy, especially during the morning and evening peaks. It will likely be quicker for customers to walk or catch a bus to nearby Warren Street or King's Cross St. Pancras instead.

Follow this link to find the station map

Departures and arrivals from London Euston

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About Euston

London Euston station is a busy gateway to London connecting travellers from various destinations across the UK. Although not operational 24/7, Euston station welcomes passengers from early morning until late at night. The station operates convenient ticket machines for purchase and collection.

For passenger security, comprehensive CCTV surveillance is installed and for added comfort, seating areas and waiting rooms are readily available.

On trains to Madame Tussauds, you can transfer from London Euston rail station to the Tube network seamlessly. Just a short walk connects you to Euston Underground station. From there, access the Northern Line for easy travel across London with connections to all other underground lines.

London buses are available from Euston bus station next to the railway station. Find out more about Transport for London buses .

About Madame Tussauds

More than a wax museum, Madame Tussauds lets you mix with icons. Opened in 1835 by French wax sculptor Marie Tussaud, It's a star-studded adventure, blending history and Hollywood. Get ready to step into the spotlight.

How to get tickets and when is the best time to visit Madame Tussauds?

The attraction is open from 10:00 to 15:00 daily (16:00 on weekends). You can zip through in 90 minutes, but plan for at least two to three hours.

Book in advance online for the best prices and savings. Arrive on time—just show your ticket for a quick scan. Fast Track Ticket holders can use the Fast Track entrance.

Handy tip: When you travel with London Northwestern Railway, you can get exclusive discounted entry to some of the UK’s top attractions including Madame Tussauds.

How accessible is Madame Tussauds for people with disabilities and pets?

Madame Tussauds London offers accessibility with ramps, lifts and accessible toilets. Due to the heritage building's structure, strict controls limit wheelchair entries. Trained staff assist with lift transportation between floors, with one wheelchair per hourly slot. Advance booking is crucial, subject to availability, at least 24 hours beforehand.

Note, pets are not allowed, except for service animals.

What restaurants and shops are available at Madame Tussauds?

Madame Tussauds have a number of cashless grab-and-go food and drink kiosks, and one selling chocolate fondue. You can also bring your own food and soft drinks into the attraction.

Madame Tussauds gift shop sells various mementoes, souvenir programmes and photos from your visit.

What other attractions and activities are near Madame Tussauds?

After your star-studded adventure at Madame Tussauds, why not dial it down a notch and soak up some chill vibes?

Regent’s Park is your oasis, complete with zen-like Japanese Gardens and Instagram-worthy rose gardens. Take a leisurely stroll or spread out a picnic blanket on the perfectly manicured lawns. And when you’re ready for a different view, hop over to Primrose Hill , for a peaceful escape where the cityscape takes centre stage, trading Camden's hustle and bustle for a serene panorama.

Feeling wild after hanging out with wax celebs? Head to London Zoo , tucked away in the heart of Regent’s Park. Get up close with the animal kingdom and witness some captivating conservation action at the world's oldest zoo. Bonus: our exclusive 2FOR1 offer deal means the little ones get in free!

If you're in the mood for a different kind of activity, take a Regent's Canal cruise with the London Waterbus Company . Cruise from Camden Lock to Paddington Basin, passing by London Zoo and swanky mansions along the way. It's a scenic adventure that lets you unwind while soaking in the charm of Regent's Canal.

Feel like a VIP with discounted off-peak tickets by booking in advance – little ones can travel from £1 with a Family Travelcard. Alternatively, you can purchase your ticket via the London Northwestern Railway app.