Family events

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There's something for the whole family at London Transport Museum. We run a range of events - come and enjoy singing and story sessions every week during term time, or explore our collection with special events every school holiday, including creative and crafty activities linked to our exhibitions and collection.

All our family events in the Museum are free with your admission ticket. Kids go free!

Looking for events for children under 5? Check out our Under 5s event page.

Wheres Wally Big Museum HuntOctober half term

Where’s Wally? The Big Museum Hunt

Dates: Saturday 19 - Sunday 27 October
Location: Covent Garden Museum - start at stamper trail #1 on the Ground Floor

Explore, discover, play as you hunt for Wally around the Museum.

Start your journey by picking up a Play Trail from the ground floor by the cloakroom. Then make your way into the Museum and weave your way among our historic buses and trains as you try to track down Wally in his iconic red and white striped jumper! There are 10 different playful activities at different locations along the way for you to find.

Some of the activities you can look forward to include role play, eye spy, playing cards and activities to test out your searching and finding skills! You’ll also be able to take part in singing and storytelling throughout the day inside some of our special vehicles, some of which are not usually open to the public to board!

Part of the national Where’s Wally? The Big Museum Hunt, organised by Kids in Museums and Walker Books, to celebrate the release of the new Where’s Wally? book, Double Trouble at the Museum

Singing and storytime sessionsChristmas at the Museum

Dates: 30 November to 5 January
Location: Covent Garden Museum

Santa will be visiting us all throughout December! Visit him in his secret hideaway, full of twinkling lights and comfy seats, or see if you can track him down in one of the heritage vehicles in the Museum for a super Santa selfie.

You can also take part in family activities including crafts and sing-along sessions:

Winter decoration making

Every day, drop in between 10:30 to 17:30. In Santa's Hideaway on the ground floor.

Create bunting and decorations using London’s iconic roundel, bus and train shapes with a variety of crafty and sparkly materials. Suitable for families with children aged 3 to 12.

Seasonal sing-a-long

Every day, 11:30 and 13:30 (approximately 20 minutes) in Santa's Hideaway on the ground floor.

Join in lively singing and storytelling sessions using a selection of props and instruments. All ages welcome, but most suitable for families with children under 7 years.

Singing and Stories Singing and Stories

Date: Tuesdays and Fridays during term-time
Times: 11am, 12.15pm and 2.15pm
Duration: 45 minutes per session
Tickets: Free with museum admission

For families with children aged 5 and under. Free with museum admission.

Sessions will not be held on Tuesday 22 October as we are delivery our October half term offer. We will be back again on Tuesday 29 October.

Join us to find out how people get around the city. With stories about hopping on a bus to the Museum and songs about catching a tube to London Town, there’s something for everyone. Sessions include singing and dancing, as well as the chance to see and touch objects from the Museum collection.

Songs and stories written and produced by Artburst

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To see all events at the Museum, visit our events calendar.

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Hidden London book

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This photo of Bill Amies, Ongar Group Station Manager, was taken in 1980. In the photo, you can see him pointing along the track towards London from the rural station! Discover Ongar at Hidden London: the Exhibition.

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