Facilitated school sessions

For information on the sessions available, please visit Facilitated school sessions.

Self-directed visits

Teachers are able to design their own programme of study at both museums. All self-directed visits are free but must be booked in advance.

How to book

Find out How to book a facilitated school session or a self-directed visit.

About the galleries at Museum of London

The Museum of London overlooks the Roman remains of the City wall near St Paul's Cathedral and tells the story of the world's greatest city and its people from prehistoric and Roman times through to medieval, Tudor and 18th century expansion, and the bustling multicultural London of today.

Read more about the galleries at Museum of London.

About the Clore Learning Centre

The Museum of London's exciting learning space- the Clore Learning Centre- opened in September 2009 thanks to funding from the Clore Duffield Foundation, the Heritage Lottery Fund and other supporters.

The centre offers inspiring learning spaces with interactive whiteboards and an e-learning studio. Schools can experience a wide range of sessions such as object handling, storytelling and role-play, as well as blended learning using digital cameras and camcorders, PSPs (PlayStation Portables), iPods and mobile phones. The Clore Learning Centre includes a 230-seat theatre with a stage large enough for class performances.

About the galleries at Museum of London Docklands

The Museum of London Docklands is located just a short walk from the dazzling skyscrapers of Canary Wharf. From Roman times to Docklands' regeneration, this 200-year-old warehouse uses interactive displays, recreated scenes, original artefacts and stories of trade, migration and commerce to reveal the long history of London as a port.

Read more about the galleries at Museum of London Docklands.

Practicalities and health & safety

Please read Museum of London visit practicalities or Museum of London Docklands visit practicalities and information on Health & Safety.