The Jubilee line is the deepest of all London Underground lines and yet miraculously it’s the only one that 4G works on. That’s not the only reason to hop on one of these trains – taking you from Stanmore to Stratford, the line stops at lots of interesting locations along the way. If you want to explore some new places or discover somewhere great to eat or drink, this line can take you there. Decide where to get off the train with our guide to the Jubilee line.
Guide to the Jubilee line
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Activities and restaurants on the Jubilee line
- Lost Jungle London – Europe's biggest adventure golf course
- London Designer Outlet – Several floors of shopping
- BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir – Visit an elaborate temple
- Spasso – Italian food and fun
- The North London Tavern – Bustling North London pub
- Took Took – Pan-Asian street eats
- Loft Coffee Company – Popular local coffee shop
- Ye Olde Swiss Cottage – Standing out from the surroundings
- Oslo Court Restaurant – Long-standing French spot
- Madame Tussauds – Meet your favourite stars
- Gagosian – Top names in contemporary art
- Lusin – Ornate Armenian restaurant
- The Cenotaph – Famous war memorial
- Hayward Gallery – Hotspot for blockbuster exhibitions
- Meson Don Felipe – Authentic Spanish experience
- Tavolino Bar & Kitchen – Dining with a view
- OPS Wines – Discover Portuguese wines
- Canada Water Café – All-day Italian dining
- Obicà Mozzarella Bar – A place for cheese fiends
- Greenwich Peninsula Ecology Park – An oasis for wildlife
- Yapix – Local coffee and wine spot
- Figo – Airy parkside restaurant
Activities and restaurants on the Jubilee line
Europe's biggest adventure golf course
Near Stanmore station you'll find the biggest adventure golf course in Europe - Lost Jungle London. This massive site has three courses to explore, including nine holes of footgolf. On the imaginative courses you'll find waterfalls, wildlife, and Aztec temples. It's fun for all ages - kids' parties and corporate events are welcomed.
- Closest station: Stanmore
Several floors of shopping
Head to London Designer Outlet when you’re in the mood to shop. This modern complex houses over 70 brands, including designer names at discount prices. There are several vibrant floors to explore. When you need a break you can visit one of the site’s numerous eateries or the cinema, spa, or hair salon.
- Closest station: Wembley Park
Visit an elaborate temple
Near Neasden station there’s a unique London site - BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir. This traditional and ornate Hindu temple is carved entirely from stone. It’s a working temple with daily services but visitors are welcome to explore the building and grounds. You can join a guided tour if you want to learn more.
- Closest station: Neasden
Italian food and fun
Spasso means fun in Italian and that's what you're promised if you visit the restaurant of the same name. The interior is simple and rustic whilst the ambience is warm and friendly. The menu is all about Neapolitan street food, featuring panuozzi, meat, pasta, and of course, pizza, paired with wine and cocktails.
- Closest station: Willesden Green
Bustling North London pub
The North London Tavern was built in 1894 and continues to serve the community in Kilburn today. This popular pub has high ceilings and a smart and homey style. A wide choice of drinks are served and the place is also well-known for food. Lots of events are on too.
- Closest station: Kilburn
Pan-Asian street eats
In West Hampstead you'll find Took Took, a vibrant spot for pan-Asian cuisine. The interior has a colourful patterned floor and big communal tables. The diverse menu ranges from chilli paneer to pad Thai and curries. Asian beers are also served, in addition to a variety of flavoursome cocktails.
- Closest station: West Hampstead
Popular local coffee shop
Grab a drink from Loft Coffee Company near to Finchley Road. This small local favourite is cosy and narrow inside. In this friendly café you can get artisan coffee and other hot drinks, topped off with latte art if you’re lucky. Light food like pastries, filled croissants, and sandwiches are also served here.
- Closest station: Finchley Road
Standing out from the surroundings
Ye Olde Swiss Cottage certainly stands out in London - this Swiss chalet was built in 1804 and gives the surrounding area its name. It's a quiet and cosy pub with a traditional interior and outdoor tables. Classic pub food is served here plus a diverse range of beers, including alpine lager.
- Closest station: Swiss Cottage
Long-standing French spot
For classic French cuisine, head to long-standing eatery Oslo Court Restaurant. It has a retro look with its grand interior and salmon pink colour scheme. This place is also recognised for its great service. Traditional French food is on the menu like escargot, côte de veau, and sea bass.
- Closest station: St John's Wood
Meet your favourite stars
Moments from Baker Street station you’ll see the dome of Madame Tussauds, one of London’s most popular attractions. The famous waxworks here let you get up close to stars from the worlds of music, sport, film, and royalty. Escape rooms and immersive experiences add even more fun to your visit.
- Closest station: Baker Street
Top names in contemporary art
From Bond Street station it's a short walk to Gagosian, a leading contemporary art gallery with spaces around the world. This imposing block-like building exhibits work from some of contemporary art's most famous names such as Jenny Saville, Rachel Whiteread, and Takashi Murakami. New shows frequently take over this large gallery space.
- Closest station: Bond Street
Ornate Armenian restaurant
Discover flavours from Armenia at ornately-decorated restaurant Lusin. This is the first UK outpost of the Saudi Arabian restaurant group, with elegant interiors and space for diners over two floors. Diners can expect piles of lavash bread, fresh salads, and the restaurant’s famous cherry kebab. Wine and cocktails are available too.
- Closest station: Green Park
Famous war memorial
The UK's most famous war memorial is The Cenotaph in Whitehall. This is where the annual National Service of Remembrance takes place. You can visit this imposing monument at any time. Originally a temporary structure, it was so popular when it was unveiled in 1919 a permanent version was erected a year later.
- Closest station: Westminster
Hotspot for blockbuster exhibitions
See work by world-renowned artists like Louise Bourgeois and Yayoi Kusama at Hayward Gallery. This Brutalist building next to the Thames is part of the Southbank Centre and hosts blockbuster exhibitions all year round. If you’re a fan of ambitious contemporary art you won’t want to miss out on this place.
- Closest station: Waterloo
Authentic Spanish experience
Since 1987, Meson Don Felipe has been serving authentic tapas and Spanish wine. It's a warm and cosy spot with vibrant red walls and the atmosphere is completed with live Spanish guitar music every night. The menu includes 40 different tapas to suit all tastes and there's a collection of sherries available too.
- Closest station: Southwark
Dining with a view
At Tavolino Bar & Kitchen you get Italian food with fabulous views of Tower Bridge and the Thames. There’s an outside terrace and the interior features large windows so you always get a great view. The menu includes Italian classics like pizza and pasta, plus there’s a varied selection of wine and cocktails.
- Closest station: London Bridge
Discover Portuguese wines
Near Bermondsey station you'll find OPS Wines, a wine bar that focuses on Portuguese varieties. Set in a railway arch, the bar has weathered walls and an industrial look. Drop by for a few drinks, buy your favourite bottle to take home, or join a wine tasting. Nibbles like charcuterie are served too.
- Closest station: Bermondsey
All-day Italian dining
At Canada Water Café you can enjoy Italian all-day dining in a smart environment. The interior has leather banquettes and round tables, plus there's a heated courtyard. Breakfast dishes include pastries and fried breakfasts, and later on you can sample antipasti, pizza, and pasta. Cocktails, Italian wines, and coffee are served here.
- Closest station: Canada Water
A place for cheese fiends
Cheese lovers can head to Canary Wharf and Obicà Mozzarella Bar. This modern space is full of light thanks to its glass walls. The menu revolves around imported mozzarella - you can sample several varieties as is, or choose small plates, pizza, and pasta recipes with plenty of mozzarella thrown in.
- Closest station: Canary Wharf
An oasis for wildlife
Escape the hectic pace of the city by visiting Greenwich Peninsula Ecology Park. This riverside conservation area covers four acres of freshwater habitat. It’s a haven for birds, frogs, and insects, and you’ll also see wetland plants like ragged robins and flag iris. You can also get involved as a volunteer.
- Closest station: North Greenwich
Local coffee and wine spot
Canning Town is home to Yapix. High quality coffee and wine are the focus here, with sustainably-sourced wines from around the world available. Food like sandwiches and sharing boards are also served, inspired by the Italian region of Puglia. The space is contemporary and full of light, and there are also outdoor tables.
- Closest station: Canning Town
Airy parkside restaurant
Have an Italian meal with parkside surroundings at Figo in Stratford. This contemporary spot is full of green plants that match the colour scheme on the walls. Authentic home-cooked food is served, with classics like arancini, ravioli, and pizza all on the menu. Cocktails and Italian wines are also available.
- Closest station: Stratford