Celebrate Britain’s LGBTQ+ history at Queer Britain, the nation’s first museum dedicated to the heritage of LGBTQ+ communities in Granary Square.
What is there to do at the Queer Britain museum?
The Queer Britain museum explores and celebrates LGBTQ+ history with a range of temporary exhibitions and growing archival work at its first bricks-and-mortar location.
Discover the latest exhibitions and learn more about LGBTQ+ heritage through the informative and powerful displays. The museum has a particular focus on photography, which is often reflected in its shows.
How long does it take to go around Queer Britain?
As Queer Britain is one of London’s smaller museums, you should allow about one hour and 30 minutes to look around the exhibitions and browse the shop.
Can I shop at Queer Britain?
Yes, Queer Britain has its own shop where you can purchase a range of clothing, homewares and LGBTQ+ books.
Is there somewhere to eat at Queer Britain?
Queer Britain does not have an onsite cafe. However, there are many restaurants, bars and coffee shops in nearby Coal Drops Yard.
Is Queer Britain free?
Yes, the Queer Britain museum is free to visit.
Is Queer Britain accessible?
Queer Britain is fully wheelchair accessible with ramps and accessible toilets.
Where is Queer Britain?
How do I get to Queer Britain?
The closest Tube station is King's Cross St Pancras (Circle, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan, Northern, Piccadilly and Victoria lines), which is about a five-minute walk away.
The closest mainline train stations are King's Cross and St Pancras International, which are about five minutes' walk away.
Various bus routes stop close to the museum.
There are Santander Cycles docking stations on Good’s Way and Crinan Street.
Free entry. No booking needed
Wednesday to Sunday: 12pm to 6pm
Monday and Tuesday: Closed