Is your community group interested in making a visit to London Transport Museum? If you are, the community learning team at the Museum would love to work with you.
The Museum offers a welcoming space for a fun day out with thousands of objects on display, from vehicles to visual art. Our diverse collection provides inspiration for learning and creativity and a fantastic opportunity to share stories.
We understand that organising a trip can be difficult, so here are some tips to make it as easy as possible.
To make sure the Museum can accommodate everyone in your group it’s best to book ahead. There are discounts for groups with ten or more adults (tickets valid for one day only). Children go free.
Call the Bookings Team on 0207 565 7298
More information about the different types of tickets is on the opening times and tickets page
Plan your route
London Transport Museum is located in Covent Garden Piazza (south east corner). The easiest way to get to the Museum is by public transport.
To plan your route visit TfL Journey Planner.
Closest Underground stations: Covent Garden, Leicester Square, Embankment, Charing Cross and Temple
Closest bus routes: Strand or Aldwych (RV1, 9, 11, 13, 15, 23, 139)
Bus route 15 is a heritage route, so you could arrive in style on board an original Routemaster bus, which stops at Aldwych, close to the Museum.
Discover the collection
The Museum tells the story of London’s transport from 1800 to the present day, and takes a peep into the future too. This handy floor plan will help you find your way around.
You can take a look at our temporary exhibitions to find out what will be showing when you visit.
Something to eat?
The Museum has a café located above the shop at the main entrance. At weekends a second café is available inside the Museum on the ground floor. There is also a small area inside the Museum where you can eat your own picnic.
Get more from your visit
There are resources you can use to help you enjoy your visit even more. Everything from trails to online videos. Take a look at our community resources page to find out more.