Whether your group is researching a specific topic or just looking forward to exploring the Museum, we have a range of different resources that can help.
During your visit
Gallery tours: All our stories
Download four unique tours of the Museum galleries, created by clients from St Mungo’s. Their personalised tours were inspired by topics and objects that caught their imagination. What will catch your eye?
Suggested activity: Invite the members of your group to make up their own tours based on objects and stories that interest them. Encourage them to find one object on each floor that they like. Ask them to describe to the group why they like the object and what made it stand out.
Adventure on the Underground: A story and guide book for families learning English
A story created by families from All Souls School in Westminster and designed for families learning English. Read the text as a full story, or use it to tour around the Museum. Follow Cool Mouse and his friends as he explores objects in the collection.
Family Station activities: for groups with families
Choose activities from our family station, located by the cloakroom on the ground floor. Complete them as you explore the Museum. Whether you fold your own bus and drive it between the vehicles, spot shapes around the Museum, or dream up your own transport story, there is something here for families with children of all ages.
Before or after your visit
You can explore the Museum’s collections even before you arrive by browsing our Collections online. This provides access to lots of information and thousands of images from our poster and photograph collections. See all the vehicles and watch film clips from the collection too.
The Museum’s YouTube channel has over 150 different films. Find out more about the Museum’s collections from the perspective of other community groups, staff, curators, artists and industry professionals. We recommend:
Depot Discoveries: A behind-the-scenes insight into some of the objects and vehicles on display at our Depot in Acton.
Tube map covers: Take a closer look at the art works created for the Tube map by the artists who made them.