Later this month, for one weekend only, there’s a chance to walk through a railway tunnel under the River Thames.
About London Transport MuseumA museum devoted to the history of public transport in London.
From the early buses and trams, through to the world's first underground railway and up to modern times.
Numerous galleries showing objects from their collection, dotted around actual trains and buses.
There is usually a temporary exhibition or two running throughout the year.
London Transport Museum,
Covent Garden Piazza,
All tickets offer unlimited repeat visits for a year.
- Adults: £24
- Children: Free
- Concessions: £23
- Local Resident: £18
- Universal Credit and Pension Credit: £1
Prices last checked June 2023.Link to London Transport Museum's website
The museum is open every day from 10am to 6pm, with the last entry at 5pm.
Note that the museum does occasionally open late due to events, so best to check if making a special trip and wanting to visit before 11am.
Opening hours last checked June 2023.
The museum is accessible for wheelchair users with level access at the Ticket Desk, and lifts to all floors. There are ramps in some areas. Due to the historic nature of our collection, not all of the vehicles are accessible. To support your visit, a wheelchair is available for visitor use.
The area outside the Museum is cobbled, with a level path part of the way round.
Frequently asked questions
What's the nearest railway station to London Transport Museum
The nearest station is Covent Garden Tube Station which is 0.2 miles away.