London Transport Museum

star4.3 · flag4
placeCovent Garden Piazza, London WC2E 7BB, UK
phone+44 20 7379 6344


Adrian Procter

My son really enjoyed this. The stamp machines are a good idea, kept him occupied looking for each one. Wish the buses/carriages were more open so you could go down them, but they are original so I guess it's necessary. Cafe was OK, little slow with the food. Overall, great value considering your ticket is valid for a year for unlimited visits.

Laura Mackinnon

Absolutely fantastic day out, such an interesting place with plenty to read/ see/ activities. You can sit on alot of the old cars and trains, it's a great place to take lots of photos. Has an area to leave your pushchairs should you have an older child but it is really accessible for wheelchairs and prams/strollers. Has a great children's play area should they become restless, and was pleasantly surprised to find the gift shop wasn't as expensive as I thought it would be

CC Louis

The London Transport Museum is London's best museum for small children aged 7 and under. It's also one of the best for all ages. Why? Several reasons: Kids go free and adult admission is £17.50 for 12 months. There are so many hands on activities and pretend play for little ones. And for older children and adults, the history of London's transport is fascinating and there is much to learn about how a city of 8 million+ keeps its people moving. During popular times (weekends and holidays) I recommend you arrive when the museum opens because the London Transport Museum gets very busy.

Pinar Djemil

We went here for the first time with our son. He absolutely loved it. He's 1 and a half years old and loved seeing all the moving parts of the museum as well as jumping on all the trains and buses. There was a small cafe type area where you could get some food and drink. We felt it was very over priced, even for a small snack. There is also a gift shop with a cafe attached to it. They stopped selling hot food when we got there at 4pm, but they had sandwiches and small pots of pasta. Great place if you have kids and want to know more about trains and buses. We got a 2 for 1 deal online, that also allowed us to get a yearly pass. Awesome if you have children that love transport

Nick Harrison

A good quirky overview of London's transport history. A lot is aimed at kids, but still interesting for the occasional visit. One admission price covers an entire year of visits is an excellent idea. My only disappointment is that given the vast amount items stored at Acton Depot there is not more turnover of things on display at Covent Garden.
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