Borough to Prince of Wales Theatre by train

Tube route from Borough station to Prince of Wales Theatre

How to get from Borough station to Prince of Wales Theatre by train, with a time estimate of how long it takes on the London Underground

Do you have to change trains? Yes
How many stops are there? 6

1)  From Borough take the Northern
2)  Change train at Elephant & Castle to the Bakerloo
3)  Leave the train at Piccadilly Circus

Tube route: Borough → Elephant & Castle change train Elephant & Castle → Lambeth North → Waterloo → Embankment → Charing Cross → Piccadilly Circus

How long does it take? The journey time between these two London underground stations is approximately 20 minutes

Which fare zones? This tube journey is zone 1. You can pay for a ticket with an oyster card, visitor oyster card, zone 1 travelcard or contactless payment card. Look up the zone 1 fare for adults and zone 1 price for children

How far is it?  The distance from Borough station to Prince of Wales Theatre is roughly 1¾ miles. You may prefer to pay a taxi cab fare for 1¾ miles instead. The walking distance is approx 33-36 minutes

Are the trains running?  Your tube line may be affected by train delays on the Underground. You should also check whether the tube train between Borough and Piccadilly Circus is affected by a London train strike

Return journey:  Train from Prince of Wales Theatre to Borough station

Note: This journey has been created by a computer program and may not be the fastest possible route. Closures, cancellations and delays on the Borough to Piccadilly Circus tube route may affect your journey, and you should allow for some extra travel time on top

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Train fare from Borough to Prince of Wales Theatre

How much is the train fare? The ticket price for Borough to Piccadilly Circus can be found under zone 1 (adult) and zone 1 (child) (Piccadilly Circus is the closest station to Prince of Wales Theatre)

Buy an Underground ticketHow to buy a tube ticket from Borough to Piccadilly Circus stationBuy an Oyster Card   (learn more)
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Pay by contactless

Borough train station

London Underground map courtesy of Transport for London
Borough tube station
 (zone 1)

Places to park near Borough station

Cab firms near Borough train station

Alternative tube journeys, which you might prefer:
London Bridge to Prince of Wales Theatre, Southwark to Prince of Wales Theatre or Elephant & Castle to Prince of Wales Theatre

 

Piccadilly Circus train station

London Underground map courtesy of Transport for London
Piccadilly Circus tube station
 (zone 1)

Car parks close to Piccadilly Circus train station

Taxicab firms near Piccadilly Circus station

Alternative train stations nearby:
Borough to Leicester Square, Borough to Green Park or Borough to Charing Cross

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