Found 11th Apr
Hello,

I am visiting London soon and I have noticed that under-11s travel free on the tube. Could someone tell me how this practically works? I.e. How do you get through the barrier? I was planning to just use contactless for myself.

Also - does the free under 11 travel count for the bus in sidcup where we will also be going?

Thanks

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Just use the bigger barriers used for going through with luggage/prams etc.
They will be able to go through with you.

Bus travel also counts.

more info here: tfl.gov.uk/far…ren
Edited by: "Kikesin" 11th Apr

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Kikesin

Just use the bigger barriers used for going through with luggage/prams … Just use the bigger barriers used for going through with luggage/prams etc. They will be able to go through with you.Bus travel also counts.more info here: https://tfl.gov.uk/fares-and-payments/travel-for-under-18s/travelling-with-children



Great, thanks

jcodonne

Great, thanks


No worries, enjoy your stay

Beware! this only works on London undergrounds. If you had to travel using National Rail in London, tickets are applicable to over 5s.
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