Explore how London’s growth, culture and society have been intertwined with its transport system, from 1800 to today.
What is there to see at the London Transport Museum?Follow the evolution of iconic vehicles, spot the world's first Underground steam train and examine the padded cell, a train carriage dating back to the 1890s.
Design lovers can marvel at the Design for Travel gallery, featuring pioneering advertising posters and artworks. Spot Harry Beck's original design for his ground-breaking London Underground map and chart the development of the world-famous roundel transport logo.
Get hands-on at interactive galleries, where you can step aboard real buses and trains and have a go on a Tube driving simulator.
If you’re keen to see more of the collection, visit the London Transport Museum Depot in Acton on one of its open days.
How can I book tickets to the London Transport Museum?Tickets must be booked in advance – book London Transport Museum tickets now.
How long does it take to walk around the London Transport Museum?With so many fascinating exhibits, you can easily spend at least two hours walking around the London Transport Museum.
What’s at the London Transport Museum shop and cafe?Make sure to leave enough time to browse the London Transport Museum shop and refuel in the Canteen cafe, both of which are free to enter without a ticket.
Full of London transport-themed gifts and souvenirs, the shop is a great place to pick up something unique. Find vintage Underground posters, furnishings inspired by classic designs and Transport for London branded items.
The Canteen overlooks Covent Garden Piazza and serves Insta-worthy coffees, sandwiches, soups and salads.
Where is the London Transport Museum?The London Transport Museum is in Covent Garden Piazza, directly opposite the main Covent Garden Market building.
How to get to the London Transport Museum
The nearest Tube station to the London Transport Museum is Covent Garden two minutes away. Leicester Square, Holborn, Charing Cross and Embankment are all within 10 minutes’ walk. Charing Cross railway station is the closest railway station.
Bus stops on the Strand and Aldwych are a three-minute walk away from the London Transport Museum.
There are Santander Cycles docking points at Southampton Street and Bow Street, both a three-minute walk from the museum.
COVID-19: This attraction may have entry requirements and safety measures in place. For more information, check direct with the venue ahead of your visit.
|Child ticket (0 to 17 years old)||FREE|
|Concession ticket||£17.00 per ticket|
|Adult ticket||£18.50 per ticket|
Venue Details & Map
London Transport Museum
39 Wellington Street
Covent GardenLondonWC2E 7BB
- +44 (0)34 3222 5000