Singing and stories

singing and stories

This half term, although the Museum may be closed we wanted to bring our popular singing and story sessions online. We've got two fun songs to singalong to, or listen to one of the amazing interactive stories about Underground characters real or fictional!

Singalong to our transport songs

Singalong to the classic song Wheels on the Bus. If you prefer to print the lyrics, you can download them here.

Singalong to the train driver getting their train ready for a day on the Underground. Download and print the lyrics here.

Down at the Depot

Listen, dance and sing-along to our Down at the Depot song! Written by Antony Elvin and Amy Bicât. 

Download the lyrics [23KB]


Written by Amy Bicât with illustrations by Kate Kennedy

Hannah Dadds was the first woman train operator on the Underground. See what a typical day was like for Hannah and her sister Edna on the District line all those years ago. 

The Underground Mouse is a timid and shy little mouse who loves to sing and dance with the train Fluffers, but one day, disaster strikes. How will the little Underground Mouse cope? 

The Milk Van transported fresh milk across London 120 years ago. Join in with Stephanie from our Museum Family Leaning team in this story session retelling the story of our weird and wonderful Milk Van.

Enjoy this story about Nance and Ned, two horses driving their horse bus from Paddington to Bank in the early 1900s, but can you guess what happens to them during their difficult journey?

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