Museum of London, 150 London Wall, EC2Y 5HN
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Find the entrance
The museum's entrance is located on a pedestrian high walk which can be reached by stairs, escalators or lifts from Aldersgate Street; London Wall or St Martin's-le-Grand.
We welcome and value all visitors to the museum. We prefer those under the age of 11 to be accompanied by a responsible adult.
TubeBarbican (5 minute walk)
St Paul's (5 minute walk)
Cannon Street (Step-free access street to train)
Bus4, 8, 25, 56, 100, 172, 242, 388, 521
CarCity of London car park below Museum. NCP car park on Aldersgate Street
CoachShort stay coach parking bays Angel Street and St Martin's-le-Grand
BicycleCycle racks at the junction of Noble Street and London Wall. There is a Santander docking station beneath the Museum on the roundabout on London Wall
Our cafe in the Entrance foyer will be open. See Eating and Drinking pageEating and Drinking
Selling a great range of souvenirs and books on London and the museumShop online
Ellipse Hall Lunch Space
Bring your own packed lunch and use our designated space
Lockers will not be in use until further notice
Facilities can be found in the toilets
Find them from the reception hall. Disabled toilets also available
Please do not use flash photography in the galleries
Connect your mobile or tablet in the museum free of charge
The museum is fully accessible to wheelchair users. Galleries of Modern London includes induction loops, Braille panels and touch objects. If you have any requirements, please ask the Visitor Hosts at the Information Desk on arrivalMuseum accessibility
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Update from the Museum of London
Following the recent government announcement of a month-long lockdown across England, the Museum of London and the Museum of London Docklands will once more be temporarily closed to the public as of Thursday 5 November.
The health and wellbeing of our visitors, staff and community is of utmost importance to us and we will continue to closely review the advice from the government and Public Health England to keep people up to date on our plans to reopen. Any visitors who’ve booked for dates from Thursday 5 November will be notified of their ticket cancellation via email.
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