- £17.50, kids are included in the admission price
- Covent Garden
Have you got transport-crazy kids? Head to the London Transport Museum where they can add to a collaborative map of London.
In this free, drop-in activity session, kids will be able to share their favourite things about London’s iconic transport system. They’ll draw their favourite thing – whether it’s the view from the river boat or the front seat at the top-deck of the bus – and add it to the giant collaborative map of the city.
Once you’ve added to the giant transport map of the city, make sure to explore the rest of the museum. Don’t forget to drop at the amazing All Aboard play zone; where kids under 7 can get in the driver’s seat of a real bus, repair a mini Tube train and help passengers find their belongings in the ‘lost property’ office. There’s even an area for tiny tots called the Baby DLR, which is equipped with an interactive wall and building blocks.
Kidadl in the Know
- Recommended for ages 2-7.
- Line up! Line Up! is on 9 and 10 June from 10am–4pm. It’s free and you can drop-in anytime throughout the day.
- The best way to get to the London Transport Museum is by Tube. Head to Covent Garden, Leicester Square, Holborn, Embankment or Charing Cross. Buses RV1, 9, 11, 13, 15, 23, 13 stop at the Strand or Aldwych.
- There is no parking on site. We recommend using public transport where possible.
- There are baby-changing facilities available in the toilets on the ground floor. You can leave your buggy as you enter, in the designated area by the cloakroom. The museum is fully accessible.
- There's a cafe indoors, and plenty of tables to sit at if you bring a packed lunch. Or head to Bill’s in St Martin's Courtyard for some food. They have a great kids' menu and it’s a five-minute walk away.
- Opening times and dates are subject to change – please call the venue or check the website for more details before setting off.