Visit top Museums in London for free with the London Pass
London is packed with some of the most exciting museums in Europe. Boasting a wide assortment of topics and subjects - there really is a something for every taste.
The Churchill War Rooms is a popular museum that shows visitors what life was like in the city during World War II from ordinary folk through to the great leader himself. It contains memorabilia and artefacts from the period as well as interactive displays that bring the story to life.
Interested in Sport? There are some good London museums dedicated to various British sports such Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum and Twickenham World Rugby Museum. Both of these museums are set within spectacular venues and are not to be missed by any sports fan visiting London.
London is also home to some unique and diverse museums too such as the Cartoon Museum, London Transport Museum, London Motor Museum, and Pollock's Toy Museum to name a few.
Whilst some of London museums are free to enter, the London Pass will give you free entry to charging ones (which includes all of the museums above) allowing holders to make substantial savings.
In total you can visit over 20 museums in London for free with a London Pass - check them out below!
London Museums FREE with a London Pass
The Churchill War Rooms are dedicated to the life of the ‘greatest Briton’, Sir Winston Churchill, and the secret underground headquarters that were the nerve centre of Britain’s war effort. Normally £16.35
The Household Cavalry Museum is unlike any other military museum because it offers a unique ‘behind-the-scenes’ look at the work that goes into the ceremonial duties and operational role of The Household Cavalry. Normally £7.00
The Museum Of Rugby is the ultimate London visitor experience for the world rugby enthusiast – and the Twickenham tours give you backstage access to this hallowed turf. Normally £16.00
Lively exhibitions explore the powerful link between transport and the growth of modern London, its culture and society since 1800. Normally £15.00
The London Guards Museum is a fascinating insight into the history of the military in the capital and is unique among London museums as it was not originally intended for public view. Normally £5.00
This state-of-the-art tennis museum in London has since received thousands of visitors from all over the world. Normally £12.00
The Charles Dickens Museum in central London is a celebration of one of the greatest novelists in British history. Normally £8.00
The Design Museum in London is dedicated to exhibiting the best contemporary design in every form from furniture to graphics and architecture to industrial design. Normally £12.40
The museum is set in two grade II listed buildings dating from the 1720s that have been sensitively restored to their original grandeur in order to exhibit these wonderful items in suitably lavish surroundings. Normally £4.00
The Jewish Museum was reopened in March 2010, following a £10 million renovation which tripled its space creating new exciting exhibition galleries and education facilities. Normally £7.50
The Florence Nightingale Museum is dedicated to one of the most influential women of Victorian Britain who inspired so many people who have followed in her footsteps. Normally £7.00
The Garden Museum in London is the only museum of its kind in Britain. The Museum is a celebration of the design and history of gardens. Normally £7.50
The Museum has a unique collection of classic American Cars that relate to the story of the early motoring experience. Normally £30.00
One of the many specialist London museums, Handel House Museum celebrates Handel’s life and works, as well his contemporaries in what many consider the golden age of classical music. Normally £6.50
The Foundling Museum was originally one of the first houses in London for abandoned children and housed over 27,000 children before its closure. Normally £7.50
This highly entertaining London tourist attraction covers the history and development of British cartoons from the 18th Century to the present day.This highly entertaining London tourist attraction covers the history and development of British cartoons from the 18th Century to the present day. Normally £7.00
The London Canal Museum tells the story of London’s canals from the days when they were a vital part of the city’s industrial and commercial life through years of decline and abandonment to today’s more leisurely pursuits. Normally £4.00
Named after Benjamin Pollock, a famous printer of toy theatres at the turn of the century, Pollock’s Toy Museum opened in 1956 and is dedicated to the traditional English toy theatre. Normally £6.00
Firepower is part of The Royal Artillery Museum of Woolwich and charters the history of the Gunners from the earliest cannons to the various artilleries employed today worldwide. Normally £5.30
This museum features over 12,000 original items: household and global brands, toys, sweets, fashions, posters and magazines. Normally £7.50
The Old Operating Theatre Museum and Herb Garret is one such London museum offering a fascinating insight into the medical profession of the past. Normally £6.50