Locating a working loo in London is not always easy, especially on the Tube.
Looking at the tube map above it’s easy to see why. In zone 1 (central London), only Baker Street (men only), Shoreditch High Street and Hoxton have any toilet facilities within the gateline and none have baby changing facilitates. Only when you get outside of central London do you start finding stations that actually have toilets in them.
However, even them you may have to pay. The following stations all charge up to 50p (75 cents) to use their facilities:
West Hampstead (Jubilee line only)
If you’re looking for baby changing facilities look at these stations. Keep in mind fees may apply:
Clapham Junction (fee may apply)
Dollis Hill (fee may apply)
Euston (fee may apply)
Finchley Road (unisex toilet)
Golders Green (unisex toilet)
Heathrow Terminals 1,2,3
Heathrow Terminal 5
Hounslow East (unisex toilet)
Kilburn (unisex toilet; fee may apply)
Paddington (fee may apply)
Richmond (unisex toilet; fee may apply)
St. John’s Wood (unisex toilet)
Waterloo (fee may apply)
West Hampstead (Jubilee line only – unisex toilet; fee may apply)
Wood Lane (unisex toilet)
For more help getting around London, you might want to look at TFL’s Accessibility guides.
To learn more about the Tube and London toilets have a look at:
- Dirty Old London: The Victorian Fight Against Filth
- Underground: How the Tube Shaped London
- LONDON: The Information Capital: 100 maps and graphics that will change how you view the city
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