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Both dogs and their humans are invited to the museum to celebrate National Dog Day 2019!
Marcel le Corgi is the museum's official spokesdog for National Dog Day 2019! (c) Aurelie Four
Celebrate your furry friend this National Dog Day at the Museum of London with a range of activities for all the family. We are celebrating creatures great and small this year with our immersive experience Beasts of London, which explores the history of animals in the city.
To book onto an event, please see listings below. All dogs coming to any of the events must be social, neutered or spayed, vaccinated and insured. Dogs must be kept on a lead at all times and please make sure to clean up after your dog. Please read our full terms and conditions before booking onto an event.
The event is supported by the International Fund for Animal Welfare, who strive to protect animals and the place we call home.
Please note: We are creating a special dog-friendly space for National Dog Day and all associated events. Unfortunately, dogs will not be allowed into the museum itself, or into the Beasts of London experience. We apologise to all disappointed pooches.
Bring your best downward facing dog and relax into the bank holiday at this fun, stress-releasing class for all the family. Doga (dog yoga) is a human yoga practice that helps support the natural bond we have with our dog.
Sketch your furry friend at this drawing class with a difference. Bring your dog to Wild Life Drawing’s family-friendly event where you will have the chance to sketch your dog’s portrait. This class is open to all abilities.
A dog walk with a difference! Bring your furry companion along to this historical walk along London Wall. Join one of our guides for this 40 minute, dog friendly walk where we uncover some of the fascinating history of the area.