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There are a number of varied and exciting opportunities at London Transport Museum which are offered throughout the year, from volunteering to freelancer work and job opportunities.

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Volunteering

Whether you are volunteering to keep busy, learn new skills or to meet new people London Transport Museum is a great place to be.

Volunteering opportunities

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Work with us

Join the London Transport Museum team, the world’s leading museum of urban transport, and help us use the story of transport to encourage, enrich and inspire.

Job opportunities

Other opportunities

There are a number of varied and exciting opportunities at the museum which are offered throughout the year, from volunteering and internships through to work experience and placements.

Route into Work - a short pre-employment course for 16-24 year olds designed to prepare young people for meeting employers and applying for jobs, apprenticeships or placements.

Young Volunteer Programme - Young Volunteer projects are a fun and creative way for 16-25 year olds to get work experience by leading on developing and delivering a project with London Transport Museum.

Contact us

Tel: +44 (0)343 222 5000
Email: [email protected] 

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New Lido posters

Now available online and in Covent Garden, these two new stunning posters by Julia Allum perfectly encapsulate the spirit of summer! Every purchase supports London Transport Museum’s charitable work.

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What's On

Unique photography tour

Back due to popular demand, join one of our Euston photography tours and get a unique opportunity to snap the heritage of this iconic Leslie Green station, capturing its unique architecture and style.

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Collections

Object of the Month

This plaque was awarded to the winner of the District Railway station garden competition in 1916, a competition to recognise staff who enhanced stations with plants. It was dug up by a signalman in 1948.

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