Visit Heathrow.com and click Airport Guide on the home page to view a map showing the layout of London's Heathrow Airport, as of 2015. Click Open in New Window in the bottom-right corner of the map to view a larger version that includes the airport's surrounding roads. Click on each terminal name to see a menu listing areas inside the terminal, and select an area to view a choice of levels.
The Heathrow Airport maps are interactive. Use the plus and minus signs in the top-right corner of the screen to zoom in and out of the view. Each terminal map shows the locations of airport services and facilities, such as shops, food outlets, restrooms, security and individual gate numbers. Click an icon to read information about the service it represents.
Heathrow Airport has four terminals since Terminal 1 closed in June 2015. Terminals 2 and 3 are located within short walking distances of each other, and Terminals 4 and 5, which are farther apart, are linked by the free Heathrow Express train service or bus service. Terminal 5 comprises three separate terminals: 5, 5B and 5C. Click Travel Between Terminals beneath the airport map to view information about traveling between terminals, including typical journey times.