Exhibitions and displays

exhibitions

Discover the history of London's transport at London Transport Museum. Our exhibitions and displays explore the heritage, the people, the stories and the future through art and design, interactive exhibits and inspiring vehicles.

Find out more about our special exhibitions below, and then plan your visit with our guide. Don't forget to book your tickets to visit the museum online to save!

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Hidden London: The Exhibition

Explore the secrets of London's disused Underground stations and the fascinating stories they can hold at our upcoming immersive exhibition - opening later this year.

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Untangling the Tracks

Now open at London Transport Museum, discover how the Thameslink programme tackled the challenge of untangling the tracks approaching one of the busiest stations in the UK

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Poster Parade

Our Poster Parade celebrates London Transport's most iconic poster designs and designers - from our  collection of over 5,000 posters that cover over 100 years of graphic art.

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Poster Prize for Illustration: London Stories

Browse the entries from our now-closed Poster Prize for Illustration exhibition, celebrating the fascinating and inspiring stories from across London.

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Hidden London book

Delve into the history of disused and repurposed London Underground spaces with the new beautifully illustrated hardback book, Hidden London: Discovering the Forgotten Underground - now available to pre-order.

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What's On

Vintage suburbia on the Met

Enjoy lazy September days on the Metropolitan line, travelling in vintage style through lush suburbia on a vintage train. Relive the 1950s as you enjoy the special atmosphere at Amersham.

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Object of the Month

This Way Out sign was installed at Clapham Common when it was used as a shelter during the Second World War. The later markings show the presence of people in the deep-level shelter over the years.

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