Jubilee Line map
Jubilee Line Overview
The Jubilee Line of the London Underground network crosses the city of London from the north to the east, making a hook around the Thames river. It connects the district of Stanmore to Stratford railway station through the city center of London. Inaugurated in 1979, the line serves 27 stations. It is used by 215,000,000 passengers every year, and has a length of 22 miles. The Jubilee Line is the Grey Line on the Tube map.
London Jubilee Line Service Status
Tourist attractions on the Jubilee Line
- Wembley Stadium, which hosts the games of the Football National Team of England, and major concerts, is located at walking distance from Wembley Park station.
- Neasden Temple, the first authentic hindu temple built in the UK, is accessible from Neasden tube station.
- Lord’s Cricket Ground, the home of Cricket, and Abbey Road Studios, where the Beatles recorded all their records in the 60´s are served by St. John’s Wood Underground station.
- The Sherlock Holmes Museum, dedicated to the famous fictional detective, and Madame Tussauds, one of the biggest wax museum in the world, are located next to Baker Street station.
- The Handel House Museum, dedicated to the German baroque composer George Frideric Handel, and the Wigmore Hall, one of the most important recital venues in the world, are accessible from Bond Street Underground station.
- Buckingham Palace, the residence of Queen Elizabeth and the Royal Family, is located at walking distance from Green Park tube station.
- Big Ben, the famous clock tower, the Palace of Westminster, the meeting place of the Parliament of the UK, Westminster Abbey, a beautiful gothic abbey church, Parliament Square, where many important street protests are held, and Downing Street, where the home of the Prime Minister is situated, are located very close to Westminster station.
- The London Eye, the famous Ferris wheel on the South Bank, stands at walking distance from Waterloo Underground station.
- Shakespeare’s Globe, where stands the famous reconstruction of the Globe Theatre, as well as the Old Vic theatre, and Tate Modern, one of the largest art gallery and museum of modern and contemporary art in the world, are accessible from Southwark station.
- The O2 Arena, a large multi-purpose indoor complex where the most important indoor concerts and sport events are hosted, is located at North Greenwich tube station.
Bakerloo Line stations
- Harrow & Wealdston is the northern terminus of the line. Travelcard Zone 5. Wheelchair accessible.
- Kenton is located on the south side of Kenton Road. Travelcard Zone 4.
- South Kenton, as its name suggests it, is located in South Kenton. Travelcard Zone 4.
- North Wembley is located on the south side of East Lane in North Wembley. Travelcard Zone 4.
- Wembley Central is an important interchange station, especially when there are events at Wembley Stadium. Travelcard Zone 4. Wheelchair accessible.
- Stonebridge Park is located in Argenta Way, near Tokyngton Avenue and close to the North Circular Road. Travelcard Zone 3.
- Harlesden station stands next to the Harlesden and Stonebridge residential area and the Park Royal industrial estate. Travelcard Zone 3.
- Willesden Junction is located in Harlesden, north-west London. Travelcard Zone 2-3. Wheelchair accessible.
- Kensal Green is located in College Road. Travelcard Zone 2.
- Queen’s Park Underground station stands next to the park which gives it its name. Travelcard Zone 2.
- Kilburn Park tube station is located on Cambridge Avenue, next to Kilburn High Road. Travelcard Zone 2.
- Maida Vale is a Grade II station, for its historic and architectural interest. Travelcard Zone 2.
- Warwick Avenue station is located next to Little Venice. Travelcard Zone 2.
- Paddington serves the railway station of the same name. You can take there a train to the Heathrow airport. Travelcard Zone 1.
- Edgware Road Underground station is located in the city of Westminster. Travelcard Zone 1.
- Marylebone tube station serves the London Marylebone railway terminus station, where you can take a train to Birmingham. Travelcard Zone 1.
- Baker Street station is located at walking distance to the Sherlock Holmes Museum and Madame Tussauds. Travelcard Zone 1.
- Regent’s Park Underground station stands next to the park which gives it its name. Travelcard Zone 1.
- Oxford Circus is located at the corner of Regent Street and Oxford Street. It is the busiest station of the London Underground network, with around 100,000,000 passengers using it each year. Travelcard Zone 1.
- Piccadilly Circus tube station stands underneath Piccadilly Circus. Travelcard Zone 1.
- Charing Cross station is located in the City of Westminster. It has entrance on Trafalgar Square and on the Strand. Travelcard Zone 1.
- Embankment Underground station stands next to Victoria Embankment Gardens and Cleopatra’s Needle, in the City of Westminster. Travelcard Zone 1.
- Waterloo station is located at walking distance to the London Eye. With more than 90,000,000 passengers each year, it is the third busiest station of the London Underground network. Travelcard Zone 1.
- Lambeth North is located close to the Imperial War Museum. Travelcard Zone 1.
- Elephant & Castle is the southern terminus of the line. Travelcard Zone 1-2.
The Jubilee Line serves different important transportation sites
- London Bridge railway station is connected to London Bridge Underground station. You can take there a train to Cambridge, Greenwich or Brighton.
- Stratford Underground station serves the railway station which gives it its name. You can travel there to the East of England, Norwich and Cambridge in particular, and to Amsterdam and the Netherlands. It is also served by the Stansted Express, to reach London Stansted Airport.
The Jubilee Line is connected to the following London Underground lines
- Metropolitan Line at Wembley Park and Finchley Road.
- Bakerloo Tube Line, Circle Line, Hammersmith & City Line, and Metropolitan Tube Line at Baker Street.
- Central Line at Bond Street.
- Piccadilly Tube Line and Victoria Line at Green Park.
- Circle Line and District Tube Line at Westminster.
- Bakerloo Tube Line, Northern Line and Waterloo & City Line at Waterloo.
- Northern Line at London Bridge.
- District Line and Hammersmith & City Tube Line at West Ham.
- Central Line at Stratford.
The Jubilee Line is connected to the following London Overground lines
- North London Line at West Hampstead.
- North London Line at Canada Water.
- North London Line at Stratford.
You should be aware that travelling on the London Underground is more expensive than on any other transit system. We highly recommend to purchase an Oyster Card or to pay for your journeys on the Tube with a contactless credit card. You probably want to know why, the answer is very clear and simple. A Single Journey Ticket in zone 1 costs £4.90, and £6.00 if you need to travel between zone 1 and zone 6! However, if you have the good idea to pay with your contactless payment card or via an Oyster Card, prices will decrease to £2.40 (in zone 1) and £3.10 (1-6 zone, during off-peak hours). You know now how to not pay twice more than needed for your rides on the London Tube.
Jubilee Line Timetable
The Bakerloo line runs every day of the week including saturdays, sundays and holidays.
The first service leaves Stanmore Underground station at 5:23 from Monday to Saturday, and at 6:53 on Sundays, and Stratford Underground station at 5:15 from Monday to Saturday, and at 7:09 on Sundays.
The last service leaves Stanmore Underground station at 00:13 from Monday to Saturday, at 23:26 on Sundays, and Stratford Underground station at 00:11 from Monday to Saturday, and at 23:37 on Sundays.
You can find the full Jubilee line timetable on the TFL website.