London Transport Museum
Cevent Garden, London
Reviewed by Candy Edwards
We recently went to the London Transport Museum in Covent Garden, London where they are celebrating 150 years of the London Underground and currently showing an exhibition Poster Art 150 – London Underground’s Greatest Designs (runs until 27 October 2013). This amazing display show 150 of the greatest London Underground posters with designs from every decade over the last 100 years. And for the school summer holidays there are plenty of family activities including stoytime and singalongs (running until 31 August 2013).
As well as the poster exhibition the museum has a great display of all types of London transport through the ages, buses, trains, tubes, you name it, they've got it.
If you like transport, you'll love it. Sadly it was a little warm but considering our strange weather this year it seems a bit mean to criticise them for it. Very good value for money, children are free and adult tickets give unlimited entry for a year.
I would definitely recommend it and we will definitely go again as our son loves all things transport.
An adult ticket costs £15 and gives you unlimited access to the museum for a whole year. Children under 16 go FREE (Children un 12 years old must be accompanied by an adult).
For more information go to www.ltmuseum.co.uk