The new museum coming in 2026 will be situated at the heart of the capital’s historic Smithfield area next to Farringdon.
Until then, the fun continues at our Docklands museum!
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1 – 28 February
Mark LGBT History Month at the Museum of London with talks, videos and articles. Explore the heritage of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans Londoners through stories from our rich collections.
Left: cover of Gay Noise, 9 October 1980. Right: Pride 2019, picture by Tom Dingley
Explore the history of LGBT Londoners hidden in the museum's collections.
Browse books about London's queer heritage in our online shop
Explore the queer history of South London with an extraordinary hand-drawn map.
What do pointy shoes in the museum's collection reveal about queer Londoners?
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