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The London Transport Museum shop has a wide range of posters, clothes, toys and chic homeware available online or in Covent Garden.

Transport for London and London Transport Museum, two of London’s most vibrant commercial websites, have merged to offer a wide variety of unique and stylish commissioned, exclusive and print to order products inspired by London’s transport and social history past and present.

By merging London Transport Museum’s operations with Transport for London’s (its parent organisation), we can both pool our resources to employ the best of British design talent to create a greater variety of product, keep customers better informed of relevant exhibitions, competitions and events and provide a better combined customer service.

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What was once an entrance into Covent Garden’s Victorian flower market is now our stylish contemporary shop selling souvenirs, designer gifts, books, toys, limited edition models, furniture and exclusive moquette accessories.

Among the shop’s most popular items are iconic posters spanning a century of transport design, including art deco classics of the 1930s. London Transport Museum has one of the finest poster archives in the world with over 5,000 posters and 700 original poster artworks. Many of these London Underground posters by world famous artists and designers are available to buy online as photographic reproductions in a range of sizes.

The museum shop is located at the front of the museum in Covent Garden Piazza. The standard Museum admission fee does not apply to those visiting the shop only.

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Email: [email protected]
Switchboard: +44 (0)343 222 5000, and select option 4. 

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Moquette by the metre

Take home an iconic piece of the Underground! You can now buy moquette by the metre from our shop. Available in 18 different designs!

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Friday Late

Explore the Museum after hours at our next Friday late. Step back in time and enjoy London's rich nightlife throughout the ages, from Victorian music halls to influential subcultures.

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Object of the month

When promoting leisure travel, the Underground often used romance as a theme, On a few occasions, London Transport even issued special Valentine's posters like this one featuring cute cherubs.

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