London tourist information offices
Tourism information offices and desks in London
Tourist offices at London points of arrival
- Heathrow Travel Information Centre - Terminals 1, 2, 3 Underground Station Concourse.
- King’s Cross/St Pancras Travel Information Centre - In in the LUL Western Ticket Hall of the King's Cross half of this twinned rail station (exiting the tracks at St. Pancras, turn left/northeast to go through the brick arches into Kings Cross).
- Victoria Station Travel Information Centre - Opposite Platform 8 in Victoria Railway Station; Always incredibly crowded, but the people who work there are as helpful as a harried staff can be.
- Euston Travel Information Centre - Opposite platform 10 in the Euston Rail Station.
- Liverpool Street Travel Information Centre - in the Liverpool Street Underground Station.
Tourist offices once you're in London
- City of London, St. Paul's Churchyard (tel. (0)20-7332-1456) - A postmodern glass-fronted kiosk with wings on the S side of the cathedral, between Godliman St and Peter's Hill (the walk from the Millennium Bridge).
- Piccadilly Circus Travel Information Centre - In the Underground station.
- Holborn Information Kiosk - Just outside the Holborn Tube station at 88-94 Kingsway; Weekdays only.
- Greenwich Tourist Information Centre (tel. (0)870-608-2000) - Pepys House at 2 Cutty Sark Gardens in the village of Greenwich.
Frustratingly, none of the London offices—save the separate City of London and Greenwich ones—will answer phone inquiries.
The best way to find out what's going on around town, from shows to restaurants to events, is to buy a copy of Time Out magazine, published every Tuesday and available at newsstands.
You can also get listings from that Where: London magazine you see in most mid-scale hotels, as well as from the Evening Standard.