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London Transport Museum joint tickets

Ends 31 Mar 2018 at 3:58 PM

Combine a trip to London Transport Museum and travel with MBNA Thames Clippers, the fastest and most frequent fleet on the river.


London Transport Museum is situated in the heart of Covent Garden and filled with stunning exhibits; the Museum explores the powerful link between transport and the growth of modern London, culture and society since 1800. Historic vehicles, world-famous posters and the very best objects from the Museum’s extraordinary collection are brought together to tell the story of London’s development and the part transport played in defining the unique identity of the city.

Travel there by river with MBNA Thames Clippers, the fastest fleet on the river; take in the famous London sights as you glide down the river with this high speed fleet of comfortable catamarans.

Save with these joint tickets. See ticket types and prices below:

London Transport Museum and MBNA Thames Clippers Single:

  • Adult Single: £19.30
  • Concession Single (London Freedom Pass or 60+ Oyster): £14.05
  • Child Single (Aged 5-15): £3.25

London Transport Museum and MBNA Thames Clippers Return:

  • Adult Return: £25.80
  • Concession Return (London Freedom Pass or 60+ Oyster): £17.30
  • Child Return (Aged 5-15): £6.50

Under 5s travel free with MBNA Thames Clippers. Children aged 17 and under receive free entry to London Transport Museum.

Please note that the combined MBNA Thames Clippers and London Transport Museum ticket includes a one day pass to the Museum. This offer is valid for one day only. The MBNA Thames Clippers boat trip and visit to the Museum must take place on the same day. 


New exhibition Poster Girls: A Century of Art and Design – 13 October 2017 to January 2018

Girl power comes to Covent Garden when Poster Girls - a major new exhibition about 20th and 21st century female graphic artists opens at London Transport Museum in the autumn of 2017.

Poster Girls will highlight some of the key female artists who have designed for London Transport and Transport for London including Dora Batty, Herry Perry, Laura Knight, Anna Zinkeisen, Margaret Calkin James and Freda Lingstrom. The artists and featured work will be examined and contextualised by both the era in which they lived and worked and their style, looking at influences both from within the design community and from the wider world.

As well as stunning original posters from London Transport Museum’s collection, Poster Girls will include accompanying material such as letters, books and ceramics, photographs and original artworks. The exhibition will look at their diverse portfolios beyond posters and the context in which they were designing posters, the background story to their careers, and, importantly, their influence on 20th century design. More info here.

All Aboard Family Play Area

London Transport Museum have a brand new family play area. In the new All Aboard family play zone children can get in the driver’s seat of a real bus, repair a mini Tube train and play in the ‘Lost Property’ office. They can also enjoy ‘sailing’ the Thames Nipper, serve passengers in the Nipper café, fly the Emirates Air Line cable car, make driver announcements and help customers at the mini information desk using the magnetic message board, maps and clocks, and the singing stars of the future can play musical instruments at the busking spot.

Homemade lemonade and complimentary crudités in the Upper and Lower Deck cafes

Kids can make their own lunchbox and choose four items from the fridge for £4.95 and get a free pot of carrot and cucumber sticks. There’s also train shaped pasta, and homemade lemonade. Families can also enjoy a free ice cream or cupcake to top off their visit by ordering any kids main meal and a cold drink for £6.00. Don't forget to visit the frozen yoghurt station in the Lower Deck cafe and add your own toppings!

More info here:

London Transport Museum app

Visitors to Designology can download the brand new London Transport Museum app, which offers exclusive content such as behind-the-scenes insights and objects which did not make the final cut for the exhibition, as well as the Museum’s full events calendar.