London Transport Museum One Day Ticket | La Vacanza Travel

London Transport Museum One Day Ticket

Duration: 2 hours
Destination: United Kingdom, England, London
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  • 2 hours
  • London
  • E-Voucher
  • Lowest Price
  • Not-Cancellable

Overview

Our Museum is located in the heart of Covent Garden and is an award-winning day out for the whole family. Packed full of iconic red London buses, heritage Tube trains and black cabs, the Museum tells the story of how London has been shaped by its transport system over the past 220 years, starting from 18th-century horse-drawn buses to its pioneering underground railway.

Families will love getting hands-on with many of the Museum's interactive games and play areas - under 5s will love exploring the All Aboard play zone and in the Future Engineers gallery, you can take to the driver's seat and drive an Elizabeth Line train. Visitors will be able to see vintage posters up-close and learn about iconic pieces of design including the Tube map and the world-renowned roundel or bullseye.

Discover our permanent gallery dedicated to commercial poster art and design. See more than 100 poster artworks and posters, and explore the poster-making process in our exhibition How to Make a Poster.

Visit: London Transport Museum, London WC2E 7BB, UK

Explore London's relationship with the public transport systems which shaped its identity, from 18th-century horse-drawn buses to its pioneering underground railway, and the iconic tube map. See the world's first underground steam and electric trains, classic London buses and trams, plus vintage vehicles. Red buses, black cabs, and the tube. Housed in a charming old flower market, the refurbished vehicles and colourful exhibits tell the story of how transport enabled London's development over the last 200 years.

Journey through London's history as told through beautifully restored vehicles interactive displays, and iconic posters. Access the All Aboard playzone, where kids assume roles of conductors, mechanics, or drivers on interactive vehicles. Make sure to stop by the Museum's cafe-bar, Canteen, and its unique shop to pick up your transport-inspired gifts as part of your visit.

Inclusions
  • Entrance Ticket to London Transport Museum, The Piazza, London, WC2E 7BB
  • Entry/Admission - London Transport Museum

Exclusions
  • Food and Drink
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Stroller accessible
  • Service animals allowed
  • Near public transportation
  • Infant seats available
  • Surfaces are wheelchair accessible
  • Most travelers can participate
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Voucher info

You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.

Duration

2 hours


User's Reviews

acs1984

21 Feb, 2024

We hadn't booked so had to queue but we only had about a 10 minute wait. We had a voucher entitling us to 2 for 1 tickets because we had travelled by train. The lady on the counter was very thorough and wanted to see our train tickets which is understandable but her manner was a bit unfriendly and standoffish. All other staff members encountered were friendly and helpful. We came to the transport museum straight after arriving by train to London so we had our suitcase with us. Because of this security wanted to look in it. Luckily they just wanted us to open it up and not search it otherwise I'd have been a bit embarrassed by them taking our clothes and underwear out since the area was not private. Weirdly though they didn't want to look in our holdall. There was a free cloakroom where we could check in our luggage which was good as it meant we didn't have to lug our case around the museum. The museum is quite extensive, set over a number of floors. There was plenty to see and do, but it was so busy that there were huge queues for the interactive exhibits. Our daughter enjoyed looking for the stamp points so that she could stamp her card. A few weren't working but we were able to complete the card at the customer services point. We had a good time in the museum but pleased we had a two for one voucher otherwise I'd have found it expensive. it was also a bit too busy for my liking. Children are free however so that was good. Really good gift shop.

ChrissieWilliams81

20 Feb, 2024

This is probably my favourite London museum. You rise to the top floor and step back in time. You go from walking transport, steam trains and all the way up to today and even the future. You can climb aboard different types of transport and there are loads of interactive exhibits. You can drive a tube train too! The poster exhibit was brilliant and you get to see the thought and planning that goes into each and every poster. A huge highlight is the shop. It’s got everything you could possibly want. I loved the tube line distance merchandise and the Elizabeth line merchandise. Staff are helpful and kind. Can’t wait to return.

FrankV3004

18 Feb, 2024

Museum is interesting but a but boring. Price is very high. Fout go on days when childeren are free if you want a quiet visit.

TravellerKate88

28 Jan, 2024

Bought an "annual pass" the last time I was in London, and foolishly thought that meant I could stop by for a brief viewing whenever I pleased for the year ahead. That's not the case: you also need to pre-book an entrance time online. Your annual pass means nothing without it, and they wouldn't let me in. Kind of a shame, because this is a very big museum full of screaming, happy children. Being able to stop in for 45 minutes or an hour from time to time would be a nice way to enjoy its very good exhibits in limited doses.

Spinkyminky

25 Jan, 2024

I read the reviews before going and we went on a Thursday afternoon during school time the place was packed with younger kids running all over the place considering it was in school time I thought it would be a little quieter but no there were very few seats available as they were taken up by family’s who had dumped all there stuff and then gone off to explore a lot of people seemed like they came a lot and possibly see it as more of a playground offering as you can come back as many times as you like for free. We liked looking at the exhibitions our son got a bit overwhelmed with it all so we only stayed for 45 mins which was a shame as there were a couple of older gentlemen who were showing the kids old day bus tickets and they seemed really lovely we will go back but I would echo what others have said great museum but far to many little kids running around who don’t actually care that it’s a museum because there little kids.

User's Picture Gallery

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A haven of transport

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Great hidden gem! Especially for kids and folks with like trains, buses, etc.

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Better than expected

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My time in the transport museum

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Disappointing

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More for Families and Kids

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A must see for TfL enthusiasts

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Transport Heaven

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The Journey Of A 1000 Miles…

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Fantastic

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Amazing afternoon

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Brilliant place 😁

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A visit to a creche!

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Loads to see!

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Very Busy Halve Term Visit

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Great place for a couple of hours with children.

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Great museum

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Nett, aber schnell gesehen

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Skrik och vrål utan utrymme för den transport intresserade!

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