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London Transport Museum supports teachers to make the most of their visit by providing resources and events to help integrate their students’ experience into the classroom.

Your Visit

How to book
Visiting Covent Garden
Visiting the Museum Depot
Visiting Your School


General resources
Primary school session resources
Secondary school session resources


Teachers Forum
Artsmark Connects

Your Visit

We encourage teachers to visit us to learn more about our exciting collection and what we have on offer. If you have already booked a visit for your class, you are welcome to make a free pre-visit to the Museum. Please contact our bookings team on +44 (0)343 222 5000 to arrange this.

If you are visiting us for a booked session or a self-guided visit, your group will have access to our cloakroom, a designated time to eat packed lunches in our Lower Deck Cafe and time to visit our galleries and shop.


Booking a session is the best way to get the most out of your visit. Our school workshops at Covent Garden are competitively priced and cost between £40 and £80 per session and include free entry to the Museum for UK school groups. Free self-guided visits are also available for UK school groups but must be booked in advance.

Please call our bookings team on +44 (0)343 222 5000 to arrange your visit.

We accept payment by credit/debit card or BACS. We do not accept cheques. Please ensure that payment reaches us within one week from the date of making your booking.

If you need to cancel your session, charges may apply. Please call the booking team on +44 (0)343 222 5000. Cancellations made within 3 months from the date of your visit will incur the full cost of the session.

Visiting our Museum in Covent Garden - general information

Visiting our Museum Depot - general information

If you have booked our Mind The Gap! session at our Acton depot then please read the below resources:

Our visit to your school

We additionally provide outreach sessions in your school. Please see additional information on our Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 3 pages.


General resources

Enrich your students’ classroom learning with our unique and interactive resources for all Key Stages.

Early Years Foundation Stage and Primary school session resources

Make the most of your visit to LTM by downloading our session specific resources to use in the classroom before and after your day with us!

Build a Bus

Created in partnership with KS1 students at Soho Parish Primary School

Mind the Gap Poster Art
Transport Through Time Platform Promenade Is this the way home?

Created in partnership with KS1 students at Soho Parish Primary School

  World's First Underground Railway  

Secondary school session resources


Teachers Forum

A man and two women speaking across a table Our Teachers Forum allows teachers to find out about upcoming ideas, projects and changes to London Transport Museum's schools programmes, as well as some of the exciting ways we are supporting schools within London including our commitment to supporting schools on their Artsmark journey.

We feel it’s important to create opportunities to listen to teachers to ensure that our programmes continue to meet the needs of their audiences and we want to listen to you!

Our Teachers Forum meets once a term at either our museum in Covent Garden or our depot in Acton. If you would like to be kept informed about our next event then please email [email protected].

Next Teacher's Forum

Date: Thursday 19th March
Time: 16:30 – 18:30
Location: The Depot

Our Depot in Acton offers us a unique opportunity to open our Museum Store to Primary and Secondary school groups to explore our collection.

We are excited to talk to Primary and Secondary teachers to discuss ways in which we can support classroom learning at the Depot in inspiring ways. We would also like to share news on future opportunities to collaborate with us on our schools learning programmes.

Artsmark Connects: Embedding student voice within schools

Two smiling women and a man sitting on red theatre-style seatsDate: Friday, 28 February
Time: 16:30 - 18:30
Location: London Transport Museum

Join us for an evening of networking and exploration and reflect on the importance of embedding student voice within schools – the advantages, practicalities and challenges of doing this. Find out more about how London Transport Museum is working with teachers, taking inspiration from their collection, to promote investigation and innovation and to support classroom learning.

At this Artsmark Connect event, you can:

  • Presentations: meet Hannah Peaty of Soho Parish Primary school and find out about their Artsmark journey journey that led to the formation of a student council to promote student voice within the school
  • Celebrate: congratulate those schools that have recently been awarded Artsmark
  • Discover: hear how museum partnerships can support you on your Artsmark journey and discover different ways to promote pupil led investigation
  • Network: a chance for teachers and the cultural sector to network and share ideas/practice

The first 25 teachers to book will also get free access to our Museum Late, Night on the Tiles, where you can party like it’s 1999 and you’re dancing in a disused Underground station.

Teachers, senior leaders and governors are welcome to attend, as are members of the cultural sector. Places are limited, book now!

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Future events

If you would like to keep up to date with our future events and to find out what more is on offer for teachers then join our mailing list by emailing our learning team at [email protected].


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