Museum galleries

London Transport Museum occupies the original Victorian flower market and the Museum Galleries span two floors. Perfectly combining heritage with modernity, the Galleries provide a truly unique location for memorable events against a background of London icons. The versatile space transports guests through the ages and offers the opportunity to explore world recognisable red Routemaster, early tube carriages and original Metropolitan trains.

Much of the collection housed at London Transport Museum is interactive, with this amplified in the new Future Engineers gallery where the budding tube drivers of tomorrow can jump on a driving simulators. Beneath a stunning glass ceiling, the Galleries can be transformed for a host of events including private dining, cocktail receptions and product launches. Working with a select list of preferred suppliers, the Museum is able to deliver slick events in a central location.

Hire details

Dining capacity: 150
Standing capacity: 500
Theatre style capacity: 200

Morning hire:  guest arrival from 07:30 until 09:30

Evening hire:  guest arrival from 18:30, with license available until 01:00

Please contact the Venue Hire team to discuss your event needs and hire rates

Event catering

London Transport Museum is proud to partner with preferred caterer Clerkenwell Green for flawless events and nights to remember. Further accredited caterers approved to operate within the Museum Galleries can be found here.

Recommended suppliers

The Museum events team can suggest suppliers for your event from caterers to florists through to costumed actors and musicians. A list of recommended suppliers is available to download below.

Contact us

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

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