London Transport Museum
An evocative and educational museum experience illustrating the importance of transport to the growth of London. See a fascinating display of historic vehicles and exhibits including early underground railway steam and electric locomotives, horse-buses, motor buses (including the famous TBU type), tram cars, trolley buses, posters, tickets, signs, etc.
Sit in the driving seat of a London Bus or Underground Train; historical films show London in the past. The museum is housed in a magnificent Victorian former market hall with cast iron arcades and glazed clerestories.
The museum collects items that reflect all aspects of the history of public transport in London from 1800 to the present day, ranging from historic vehicles and rescued architectural features, to signs, photographs, posters, drawings, uniforms.
Saturday to Thursday 10am to 6pm
Friday 11am to 6pm
Closed Christmas and Boxing Day
Telephone: 020 7379 6344
Address: Covent Garden Piazza, WC2
Website: London Transport Museum
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