Dedicated to the history of transport in the city, the London Transport Museum features heritage artifacts, incredible exhibitions, displays and more.

Lively exhibitions explore the powerful link between transport and the growth of modern London, its culture and society since 1800. Full of light, colour and movement, the London Transport Museum explores how transport has given the City its unique identity. The collection contains a wealth of heritage vehicles, posters, artworks, photographs, film and video footage, engineering drawings, uniforms, station signs and tickets.

Highlights include the iconic red London Routemaster bus, the world's first Underground steam train and the 'padded cell' - one of the first electric locomotive Underground trains dating back to 1890.

The galleries are full of interactive exhibits for young people and adults alike, including real buses and trains to play on, and drama characters bring stories alive in an entertaining and informative way.

Entry to this popular museum is completely free with a London Pass - saving £17. The savings don't stop there, the London Pass allows you to visit over 80 attractions for free so you can see more of London for less.

Exhibitions

Poster Girls – a century of art and design
Celebrate female poster artists and discover the hidden stories behind their work. With over 150 stunning original posters and original artworks on display, this new major exhibition features the contribution of female artists to the rise of poster art in the last century. Poster Girls will showcase some of the leading female artists who have worked for London Transport and Transport for London including well-known designers, such as  Mabel Lucie Attwell, Laura Knight, Enid Marx and Zandra Rhodes, alongside lesser known individuals who nonetheless changed the way Londoners viewed their city. 

Please note: Closed on 24 - 26 December

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"I would absolutely recommend buying the London Pass if you have 3 or more days to spend exploring London. Buy it ahead of time, online and research what is available and decide what attractions you might be interested in. A top 10 sort of thing, and then any others that might be of interest. It gives you the freedom to visit many popular sites without the hassle of standing in long lines for tickets. I also liked that I wasn't spending all kinds of money every day on attractions and money did not enter into my decisions on what I wanted to do since my admissions where already paid for. I very much enjoyed my visit in London and I think having the London Pass allowed me to see more than I would have, had I not had it. Thank you!!"
Debbie from UK

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Monday 10.00 - 18.00
Tuesday 10.00 - 18.00
Wednesday 10.00 - 18.00
Thursday 10.00 - 18.00
Friday 11.00 - 18.00
Saturday 10.00 - 18.00
Sunday 10.00 - 18.00
Last Admission: 17.15

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Address:

Covent Garden Piazza London WC2E 7BB

Telephone:

020 7379 6344