Museum of London - Opening hours, Address, Ticket Prices, What's On

Museum of London


About the Museum of London

A huge museum in the City devoted to the history, mostly of the centre of London, from Roman times right up to the modern day.

A number of permanent galleries are laid out in chronological order, with a mixture of original objects and recreations.

Particular highlights include the recreation of a Victorian street, the 2012 Olympic cauldron, and the Lord Mayor's carriage.

A number of displays change several times a year, with smaller free exhibitions, and usually one major paid-for exhibition.

Address

Museum of London,
150 London Wall,
London,
EC2Y 5HN

Admission Charges

Entry is FREE

Link to Museum of London's website

Museum of London Opening Hours

This Week

Sun
17th Mar
10:00am - 6:00pm
 
Mon
18th Mar
10:00am - 6:00pm
 
Tues
19th Mar
10:00am - 6:00pm
 
Wed
20th Mar
10:00am - 6:00pm
 
Thur
21st Mar
10:00am - 6:00pm
 
Fri
22nd Mar
10:00am - 6:00pm
 
Sat
23rd Mar
10:00am - 6:00pm
 

Next Week

Sun
24th Mar
10:00am - 6:00pm
 
Mon
25th Mar
10:00am - 6:00pm
 
Tues
26th Mar
10:00am - 6:00pm
 
Wed
27th Mar
10:00am - 6:00pm
 
Thur
28th Mar
10:00am - 6:00pm
 
Fri
29th Mar
10:00am - 6:00pm
 
Sat
30th Mar
10:00am - 6:00pm
 

Forthcoming events at Museum of London

In this lecture, we will explore how deep learning works, what it can do and if neural networks are a modern miracle or yet another false dawn.
 Tuesday, 19th Mar: 6pm to 7pm
 
2019-03-19
2019-03-19
Professor Ringhand discusses how officials in the United Kingdom and the United States have approached the problem, and how they have faced surprisingly similar challenges despite the different underlying approaches to political campaign financing taken by each nation.
 Tuesday, 2nd Apr: 1pm to 2pm
 
2019-04-02
2019-04-02
This lecture will track these radical quests and show how they could lead to positions like those of Baruch Spinoza or Thomas Hobbes: God may still exist but is almost wholly out of reach.
 Thursday, 4th Apr: 6pm to 7pm
 
2019-04-04
2019-04-04
The concept of a ‘good death’, and how it can be achieved will be discussed, including the importance of open conversations with children being bereaved.
 Tuesday, 9th Apr: 1pm to 2pm
 
2019-04-09
2019-04-09
This lecture will consider the current reality of AI in education and its transformative potential.
 Tuesday, 9th Apr: 6pm to 7pm
 
2019-04-09
2019-04-09
Drawing on evidence from contemporary maps, paintings and writings, and modern environmental science, the lecture will offer a 'virtual' walk around the City with Sir Thomas Gresham.
 Wednesday, 10th Apr: 6pm to 7pm
 
2019-04-10
2019-04-10
In this lecture, we provide a brief history of text processing and look towards the future when the computer sonnet or love poem might become a reality.
 Tuesday, 16th Apr: 6pm to 7pm
 
2019-04-16
2019-04-16
Tour the remains of the western gate of London’s Roman military fort, located beneath the streets next to the Museum of London.
 Sunday, 21st Apr: 2pm to 3pm
 
2019-04-21
2019-04-21
This talk will show that stock market trading may contribute to society even if does not lead to firms raising new capital.
 Wednesday, 24th Apr: 6pm to 7pm
 
2019-04-24
2019-04-24
The last 500 years of progress in maths will be reviewed, to see where it is going next and ask whether we are truly living in a mathematical Golden Age.
 Tuesday, 30th Apr: 1pm to 2pm
 
2019-04-30
2019-04-30
The newly discovered Salvator by Leonardo, the world’s most costly picture, is one of his most notable creations, in which he used his ‘science of art’ to transform a stock subject into a profound expression of the ineffability of the divine.
 Wednesday, 1st May: 6pm to 7pm
 
2019-05-01
2019-05-01
A talk about the construction of the Royal Exchange in the City.
 Wednesday, 8th May: 6pm to 7pm
 
2019-05-08
2019-05-08
What’s the future of listening? What will happen to the ways we give attention to music in the future?
 Monday, 13th May: 6pm to 7pm
 
2019-05-13
2019-05-13
Professor Wilks will discuss the argument that ‘superintelligent’ AI may turn against us, as Hawking and Bostrom have warned.
 Tuesday, 14th May: 1pm to 2pm
 
2019-05-14
2019-05-14
Jonathan Bate will track Keats to Hampstead and tell of the extraordinary circle of writers – opium-eater Thomas De Quincey, essayist Charles Lamb, master-critic William Hazlitt – who wrote for The London Magazine.
 Tuesday, 14th May: 6pm to 7pm
 
2019-05-14
2019-05-14
This talk looks at mathematical modelling of real, complex fluids in flow situations – some with serious commercial applications, and some just for fun.
 Wednesday, 29th May: 6pm to 7pm
 
2019-05-29
2019-05-29
Professor MacMillan will consider if the treaty led to the outbreak of the Second World War and whether the attempt to create a new world order was a failure.
 Tuesday, 4th Jun: 6pm to 7pm
 
2019-06-04
2019-06-04
This talk will discuss the correct and incorrect motives for M&A, using both examples and large-scale evidence.
 Wednesday, 5th Jun: 6pm to 7pm
 
2019-06-05
2019-06-05
Jonathan Bate will explore the life and work of the original celebrity poet - Lord Byron.
 Tuesday, 11th Jun: 6pm to 7pm
 
2019-06-11
2019-06-11
Sir Richard Evans talks about why the Republic failed in its attempt to make Germany democratic, and what lessons can be learned for the future of democracy in the 21st century.
 Tuesday, 18th Jun: 6pm to 7pm
 
2019-06-18
2019-06-18

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Nearby Venues

1. Barbican Centre
2. City of London Police Museum
3. St Bartholomew's Hospital Museum
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5. St Paul's Cathedral
6. Museum of the Order of St John
7. Bank of England Museum
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