Victoria station

Victoria train station

Address:
Victoria Station, Buckingham Palace Road, Victoria,
London SW1V 1JU
United Kingdom
Fare zone:
Victoria is in Zone 1

Circle Line

District Line

Victoria Line

National Rail

Station closures on the Circle, District and Victoria lines

Plan your journey from Victoria

Plan your journey between Victoria and another London Underground station

Train journey from Victoria station

Train fare from Victoria underground station

Train fares to Victoria (zone 1)

Child fares to Victoria (zone 1)

Victoria station maps

London Underground map courtesy of Transport for London
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Victoria station facilities

Lifts yes Escalators yes Toilets yes Cash machine yes Refreshments yes Shops yes Photo booth yes Pay phone yes Wifi yes Luggage lockers yesBaggage storage at Victoria station

 
 
 

Getting to Victoria train station

Car-park yesCar parks near Victoria
Taxi rank yesMinicab companies near Victoria
Cycle rack yes Bus 8, 10, 11, 16, 24, 38, 44, 52, 73, 82, 148, 170, 171, 187, 214, 507, C1, C10

Alternative stations close to Victoria train station: St Jamess Park station, Sloane Square station and Pimlico

The facilties and ticket office hours at Victoria station are always subject to change. We advise you to check the details with London Transport.

Talk about Victoria tube station

  • Admin – “at Victoria you'll have a flight of stairs down to the underground ticket hall (anything from 17 to 23 steps, depending on which flight of stairs you take), and then another escalator to the Victoria line platform.there's no way to avoid the stairs.at King's Cross you'll either have a lift, an escalator, or a flight of 20 stairs (your choice), followed by another lift, or an escalator and a very long walk (your choice again)”
  •  Guest – “how do I get from Victoria station to Earl;s Court tube station? I am traveling on Suturday Oct. 7 at about 1:30 AM.”
  • Admin – “you can just catch the district line the whole way:londondrum.com/transport/train-journey. ... arls-court”

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