London (United Kingdom)
London Transport MuseumLondon Transport Museum is the world’s leading museum of urban transport - a place for everyone to visit and enjoy a journey through London’s transport history. We are committed to ensuring that every visit matters, as does every interaction with our customers.
- Getting there (Getting there)
Covent Garden is only a 15 minute bike ride from Hyde Park, 5 minute cycle from Waterloo, 15 minutes from Kings Cross, 20 minutes from Hoxton Square, 30 minutes from Victoria Park, 30 minutes from Clapham Common or 30 minutes from Fulham.
There are bike racks in Southampton Street, Bow Street, and on the corner of Russell Street & Wellington Street.
- Large print, magnifiers (Visual Experiences)
Large print Highlights Tours are available on request from the Ticket Desk and the Information Desk on the First Floor. Magnifiers are also available on request. Please ask at the Ticket Desk.
Assistance dogs are welcome, and water bowls are available on request, from the Ticket Desk.
Our audio visual exhibits are either subtitled or fitted with induction loops.
- Online Collection (Virtual Collection or Tour)
- Reduced mobility (Getting around inside the museum)
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. Please ask at the Ticket Desk.
The area outside the Museum is cobbled, with a level path part of the way round.