The Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations
All our public transport will be running with no planned closures.
We expect the celebrations will be popular, so public transport and roads in central London will be busy, particularly on Saturday night, and during the daytime on Sunday, but you'll be able to get where you need to go.
We may need to use some short-term safety measures such as queuing, changes to the way you enter or exit a station and road closures.
Plan ahead, allow more time for your journeys and check your travel.
Tube and rail
All our Tube and rail services will be running as usual over the Jubilee Bank Holiday weekend. They're good ways to get into central London, get to and from events, and travel around. Services may be busy.
The busiest times will be on Saturday night following the end of the BBC concert and other events, and Sunday daytime. Services and stations will be busy and a lot of people will be changing from Tube to National Rail.
At busy times, especially near events, there may be short-term safety measures such as queuing or changes to the way you enter or exit stations.
On Friday 3 June, TfL expects to keep both Euston and Green Park stations open despite planned strike action at these stations.
Changes to station access
From 15:00 on Saturday: this station will be closed.
From 10:00 on Sunday: this station will be open for interchange only.
St James's Park
From 15:00 on Saturday and from 13:00 on Sunday: this station will be closed.
Hyde Park Corner
- From 16:00 until 21:00 on Saturday: exit-only
- From 21:00 on Saturday: station closed
- From 14:00 until 16:00 on Sunday: exit-only
- From 16:00 on Sunday: station closed
Most buses will be running normally. Some bus routes in central London will be diverted or shortened because of road closures.
Check status updates for buses.
You can easily get to many popular locations, especially in central London and the Royal Parks, on foot.
Our West End Walking Map covers the Westminster area where Jubilee events are taking place.
View our map for walking times between Tube stations.
Cycling is a good way to get around central London, particularly if you are not attending events or passing through areas where they are being held. Some roads will be closed and you may have to walk with your cycle if it's busy.
There are security measures at events, so you may not be allowed to bring a cycle with you if you are attending - check beforehand (see links below).
The road - including the cycleway - on Constitution Hill alongside Green Park are temporarily closed until after the Jubilee celebrations in mid June. You can walk with your cycle through Green Park. This takes roughly 8 minutes.
Avoid driving in central London if possible. If your destination is not in central London, use routes that avoid the area.
There will be road closures, and you are likely to be delayed.
In the days before the bank holiday weekend, some overnight and off peak road closures will be required in central London to allow for final event setup. Check before you travel.
Advice for visitors
Tube and rail are good ways to get around central London over the Jubilee Bank Holiday, although they may be busier than usual.
Check our status updates to see how Tube and rail services are operating. Download the TfL Go app for interactive maps, live arrival times, live updates on how busy services are, and other information
Walking is often the quickest option. View our map for walking times between Tube stations.
Check out our Visiting London pages for more about getting to London, paying for travel, maps and travel tips.
Major Platinum Jubilee events in central London
Follow links below for more information, including timings, access and security.
Thursday 2 June - The Queen's Birthday Parade (Trooping the Colour)
Friday 3 June - St Paul's Cathedral Service of Thanksgiving
This event is not open to the public. Find out more on the St Paul's website.
Saturday 4 June - Platinum Party at the Palace (BBC concert)
Sunday 5 June - Platinum Jubilee Pageant
Street parties will be taking place across London, and some residential roads will be temporarily closed. Your local authority will have details of the roads affected in your area.
Use our travel tools
Check before you travel and plan ahead using our travel tools. Keep up-to-date with the latest service information. See:
- The TfL Go app
- Journey Planner, which can help you plan your route by public transport, cycling or walking
- The latest status updates for buses; roads; all Tube, rail and tram services
- Nearby, which uses your current location or a postcode or address of your choice and places you on a map, showing you Tube, bus, river, rail and Santander Cycles locations around you
- Our email updates