The third tube line to launch the Night Tube service will start from tonight (October 7), benefiting west Londoners.

The Jubilee line will join Victoria and Central lines to offer passengers a 24-hour service on Fridays and Saturdays, giving party-goers and tourists the freedom of travel.

People can expect a train every 10 minutes to serve the entire line from Stanmore in the north-west to Stratford in east London.

Here's everything you need to know about the 24-hour Jubilee line service.

There are now more than 60 stations open across the capital connecting passengers from east to west and north to south all night on Fridays and Saturdays, on the London Underground.

And maybe unsurprisingly, there's more to do in London than just party all night, including food and fitness spots.

Why not check out our list of things you can do all night in London for some ideas.

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Next in line are the Northern and Piccadilly lines to join the Night Tube network sometime in the autumn.

But why not take a look back on the first Niight Tube journeys which were made by thousands of commuters.