Museum visits for schools

Visit us to get up close and personal with fascinating objects telling London’s rich, and often deeply personal, stories.

A close up of the Lord Mayor's coach, City Gallery, with supplementary school students behind demonstrating schools visiting the museum.

A golden day out

Supplementary school students explore the ornate Lord Mayor's Coach in the Museum of London City Gallery.

An unmissable story of a city and its people

Give your pupils a new perspective on our thrilling city!

Our collection directly supports the curriculum, so come to us to cover the Romans, Great Fire of London, Victorians, diversity, archaeology and STEM and many more. We have resources and activities for students of all ages, including those from special schools or SEN units and supplementary schools.

A school student holds up a piece of work created in a facilitated art session at the museum.

Making a masterpiece

A student proudly holds up a brilliant London-themed artwork created in a facilitated art session.

Self-directed museum visits

Explore the museum your own way with a self-directed visit. Visit the Museum of London and Museum of London Docklands gallery pages in advance to design your own interactive learning experience, and use our totally free self-directed visit resources to maximise students’ learning. Here's how to book.

Facilitated museum visits

Book one of our hugely popular facilitated experiences for a supported learning experience. Our activities are developed by our skilled learning professionals with insights from expert museum curators, so an authoritative, quality learning experience is assured.

Activities on offer include object handling, interactive performances, guided walks and storytelling, and cover London from prehistory to the present day so there's something for all. Our facilitated visits also include time in the museum galleries. Search now to find the perfect fit.