Facilities

Cloakroom

We have a free cloakroom where you can leave coats and bags. 

Baby changing facilities

Baby changing facilities are available in both male and female toilets.

Breastfeeding is welcomed. If you would like some privacy you can use our baby feeding room on the ground floor.

Pushchairs and buggies

The Museum is fully accessible with a buggy. Or you can leave your buggy in our buggy park, which is located just inside the Museum entrance opposite the cloakroom.

Floor plans and stamper trail

Free floor plans of the Museum are available online, or on arrival and will help you navigate around the Museum. Our free stamper trail will help you follow the story told in the Museum displays. To begin your journey, take the lift back in time to level 2. The family station offers creative activities to do while you explore the Museum, or when you get home to reflect on your visit.

All Aboard Playzone

All Aboard is our new family play zone for children aged 0-7. Children can enjoy an interactive fleet of mini vehicles, drive a real bus, and dress up in uniforms to become a mechanic, riverboat captain, station announcer or driver. All Aboard is located on the ground floor and level 1 of the Museum. Look out for the Baby DLR the Museum’s first dedicated area for babies.

Eating at the Museum

Picnics are welcome during school holidays and at weekends and can be eaten in our Lower Deck cafe bar on the ground floor. The Upper Deck cafe bar can be found above the shop. It offers a family-friendly menu including Tube line milkshakes and transport-themed food.

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New mini lightbox

Our fan-favourite London Underground roundel lightbox just got a new younger sibling. This cute smaller version is just 7 inches tall and comes with three interchangeable inserts. Exclusively available at our shop!

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What's On

NEW! Piccadilly Circus tour

Join us for an exclusive tour of one of London's most iconic stations. Go behind secret doors to passageways and lift shafts closed to the public since 1929 and discover the stunning Edwardian architecture.

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Collections

Object of the Month

Country walks were marketed as a healthy antidote to a week spent in an office or factory. This embroidery of a young couple enjoying a picnic was created for a poster to encourage people to get out and about. 

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