|Jubilee Line:||west||Green Park||Westminster||Waterloo||east|
|District Line:||west||St James's Park||Westminster||Embankment||east|
The modern Jubilee Line platforms have two levels of escalators to get down, but there are lifts available for the disabled.
In addition to the main exits, there are subway exits to either side of Whitehall, and to the Embankment.
Middle of train
Architecture and Points of Interest
Built at the same time as Portcullis House above it, Westminster rests on several massive pillars surmounted by a thick concrete slab, upon which the Parliamentary offices sit.
The District Line is suspended from this slab, while two helix-like runs of escalators descend to the Jubilee Line, which, uniquely here for the extension to the line, is arranged not horizontally but vertically.
- a small WH Smiths
- a coffee shop (Caffe Nero, with advertised wifi access point)
- a small supermarket style place
- small branch of Boots (pharmacy and photo developing downstairs)
- dry cleaner
Nearby Places of Interest