Discover London's history at the world's leading museum of urban transport, online, in our Museum and at our Depot.
London Transport Museum is restoring the last three 1930s Q stock Underground carriages. Help us raise the £200,000 needed to keep our restoration on track and get them running again.
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!
Treat yourself to an day out with our newest Hidden London package - discover the abandoned Jubilee line platforms under Charing Cross station before a delicious afternoon tea at the Amba hotel.
The District line opened as the Metropolitan District Railway in December 1868. As part of our celebrations for the line's 150th annviersary, check out our District-themed Poster Parade, online and in the Museum.
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.
Join us this Summer for six weeks of STEM-inspired family activities and workshops. Kicking off from 20 July, explore what makes a good uniform, analyse data or even try your hand at coding. Kids go free!