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Discover the history of London's transport at London Transport Museum. Explore the heritage of London and its transport system, and the stories of the people who have travelled and worked in the city over the last 200 years, before taking a peek into how future technologies might impact London as we know it.

Planning your visit couldn't be easier. Use our simple guide below to find out more about us, how to get here, what's on offer and buy your tickets (save by buying tickets online!). Kids go free, and adult tickets are valid for 12 months!

Tickets

Tickets

Pay for a day and come back free all year. Cheapest tickets available online

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Opening Times

Opening times

The Museum is open daily 10:00 to 18:00. The Shop and Upper Deck cafe are open for longer each day

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Floor plans

Museum guide

Get a glimpse into the stories and events you'll encounter on your journey through the Museum

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Getting Here

Getting here

It's easy to get to London Transport Museum by Underground, bus, rail, boat, car or bicycle

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Accessibility

Accessibility

The Museum is accessible to wheelchair users and all disabled visitors are entitled to a free companion ticket

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Facilities

Facilities

Information about toilets, baby changing facilities, cloakroom and other facilities

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Eating

Eating

Our Upper Deck cafe bar is the perfect destination for a family lunch or for a transport-themed tipple

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Shopping

Shopping

Our contemporary shop sells souvenirs, designer gifts, books, toys, models, furniture and iconic posters

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shop vintage signs

Shop

Original Underground signs

Bring home a piece of London Underground history. Exclusively available at London Transport Museum, this is your chance to own an iconic original vitreous enamel Underground sign.

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Kew Gardens Pleasure Excursions

What's On

Kew Gardens Excursion

Join us for a day of flowers and fragrance as we answer spring’s call and hop on a beautifully-restored RT bus to Kew Gardens. Enjoy expert talks, a vintage bus ride, lush scenery and a picnic lunch.

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Object of the Month

Collections

Object of the Month

To celebrate our new London Stories exhibition, our object of the month is a poster telling the story of notorious highwayman Dick Turpin - printed in 1956 to promote sightseeing in the capital..

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