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London Transport Museum


Visit the London Transport Museum in Covent Garden to travel through London transportation from 1800 to the present day and beyond. 

Walk amongst the 450,000 exhibits on display to discover the history of the world's first underground, see iconic London Transport posters and logos, plus learn about the impact of transport on London society and culture. Delve into the Hidden London exhibition to find out about the secrets of the London Underground's many diused and repurposed areas.

There is also plenty to keep children entertained including buses to hop onboard, Tube train simultators to drive and a play area. 

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The fascinating London Transport Museum is located in Covent Garden, in the south-west corner of Covent Garden Piazza. The museum houses many permanent exhibits, guiding visitors through the history of London's transportation and how London society evolved from the 1800s through to the present day and beyond

London Transport Museum is also home to temporary exhibitions, a children's interactive play area and many original London transport vehicles such as routemasters and modern buses. 

Exhibitions in the London Transport Museum:

  • The Poster Parade: Transport for London has created over 5000 posters during the last 100 years. The poster parade showcases a changing selection of the most iconic London Transport posters, 
  • Digging Deeper: Here the London Transport Museum links the history of Brunel's 19th Century plans for a tunnel beneath the River Thames with the current CrossRail project. 
  • All Aboard Family Play Zone: Children from 0-7 years old can enjoy a hands on transport experience. Activities include repairing tube trains, sailing a Thames "Nipper", flying on the Emirates cable car and much more. 
  • Future Engineers: Children and adults alike can test their engineering skills, solve puzzles and delve into the interactive exhibits. Options range from driving a modern Tube train to starring on the cover of The Engineeer Magazine to planning a more environmentally-friendly London.