Museum of London Docklands Free

About

Step inside a 200-year-old warehouse revealing the long history of London as a port through stories of trade, migration and commerce.

Discover a wealth of objects in world-class galleries, including Sailortown, an atmospheric recreation of 19th-century London; and London, Sugar & Slavery, which reveals the city's involvement in the transatlantic slave trade. With unique finds, unusual objects and fascinating tours, the Museum of London Docklands is one of London's hidden treasures.

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Prices and Opening Times
Adult Ticket: Free (USD0.00)
Child Ticket: Free (USD0.00)
Family Ticket: Free (USD0.00)
Senior Ticket: Free (USD0.00)

Entry to the Museum of London Docklands is free. Free highlights tours are available daily. Exclusive tours and talks are available upon request for groups of 10 or more people when booked in advance.

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Opening Times:

Monday to Sunday: 10:00 - 18:00. Last admission: 17:30. Closed: 24-26 December.

Venue Details & Map

Museum of London Docklands

Address
West India Quay
London
E14 4AL
Telephone:
+44 (0)20 7001 9844
Email:
Website:
http://www.museumoflondon.org.uk/docklands
Public transport:
West India Quay (DLR), Canary Wharf (Underground), Canary Wharf Pier (River)

Facilities

Accessible Bathroom Facilities
Bathrooms available with emergency call system
Designated wheelchair accessible public toilet
Accessible Venue Facilities
Level access, ramp or lift to dining area
Level access, ramp or lift to restaurant or cafe
Level access, ramp or lift to the bar
Level access, ramp or lift to the shop
Accessible Communication Facilities
Audible alarm system
Clear signage (colour contrast, large letters or pictograms)
Films or information touch screens have visual/audible subtitles
Hearing loop system
Information available in braille
Information available in large print
Sign language used
Accessible Venue Facilities
Assistance dogs welcome
Emergency evacuation procedures for guests with disabilities
Special dietary requirements catered for
Staff available to assist
Staff disability awareness trained
Wheelchairs available free of charge
Access into the Building
Automatic doors
Flat routes from parking area to entrance
Full, non-assisted wheelchair access
Additional Accessible Facilities
Accessible baby changing rooms
Level access, ramp or lift to information point
Accessible Parking Facilities
Public car park available within two hundred metres of main entrance
Access Inside Building Facilities
Accessible lift
All routes suitable for wheelchair users
Lift buttons with raised numbers or letters
Steps within building
Attraction Facilities
Gift shop
Indoors
Patron toilets
Public toilets
Booking Facilities
Coach parties accepted
Group bookings accepted
Catering Facilities
Bar
Cafe
Event catering
Outdoor dining / Beer garden
Picnic site
Restaurant
Event Facilities
In house AV available
Breakout Rooms
Offers charity rates
Conference rooms / Meeting rooms
Event facilities
Raked or tiered seating offered
General Facilities
Lifts
Good views
Payment Facilities
Credit cards accepted
Debit cards accepted
Free entry
Group rates available

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Yelp Reviews

4.5 out of 5 based on 30 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Museum of London Docklands

3.0 out of 5 10 October 2015
by Leza S.

I popped into the MOL Docklands briefly to see the Soldiers and Suffragettes: The photography of Christina Bloom. Although very impressive that this woman had a career as a photographer at a time when women were very oppressed, I was disappointed to find that there wasn't any representation of Black and Asian soldiers & suffragettes which were very evident during the war. Perhaps the museum...more

4.0 out of 5 14 June 2015
by Merijn H.

Great to see where the Docklands area comes from (ancient Times) and how this now very modern and almost futuristic part of London has evolved.

An unexpected but interesting (and horrifying) exposition is about the slave trade and the role of England and even the Docklands.

The museum is well designed and interesting and fun to visit.more

5.0 out of 5 28 April 2015
by Charlotte S.

Awesome museum, fascinating history of London and its Docklands, well laid out and lots of different styles of gallery. In an old warehouse which adds to its charm. The standout thing for me is the Mudlarks gallery for children, a free soft play and exploratory area for kids, with ticketed sessions (free) so it is never too busy. It has been a lifesaver with a toddler. There is a café on site...more

5.0 out of 5 24 April 2015
by Anthony C.

I didn't really have high expectations for this place but i have to say what a pleasant surprise! This museum is so well structured that it will keep you engaged until the very end.

The exhibit starts with the vikings, and reaches all the way until the modern age. They even have an empty room at the end for the history that hasn't been written yet. And of course the whole exhibit is full of...more

4.0 out of 5 16 March 2015
by Colleen C.

It's free!

(but make a donation, mmmkay?) Keep cool things in London free. Or at least buy a little something from the cafe or gift shop. My husband thought it would be hilarious to buy a little rubber toy rat for our son. It's consequently freaked out every person that has come to visit us. It's now mysteriously absent -- makes me think the babysitter threw it out. Regardless! Support...more

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