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What we offer schools

There’s a range of ways to get involved in our museums or online. We can’t wait to see you!

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All about impact

We're keen for all students to have enriched and exciting learning experiences in difficult times.

Book a session

Explore the handful of fun and interactive sessions we're offering for primary and secondary schools.

Can't make it to the museum? Enjoy one of our live streams from the comfort of your classroom instead.

Book a self-led visit

School groups can book a slot for a self-led visit at either of our museums from Monday-Friday. Read our risk assessment guidance before you fill out a booking request form.

Our galleries can become busy. Before making a booking, check your preferred gallery or galleries are free with these quick reports, which are updated often. After checking, simply complete the online booking form for your chosen site:

Walk-up groups will not be admitted; you must book a timed slot for your school visit in advance.

Explore our online resources

From prehistory to the present day, explore our range of films, games, factsheets and more to support your teaching either at home or in the classroom!

Get in touch

If you have any questions, email [email protected] and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.

And don’t forget to join our Teachers' Network to stay up to date on all the latest news from our schools team.

Topics we're focusing on

We'll mainly be focusing on four of our most popular topics:

Curator Meriel lifts a flap in our Fire! Fire! exhibition to help explain why the fire got so bad.

Museum of London

Great Fire of London

Dive deeper than the well-known story and bring people's experiences of the fire to life through our unbeatable collection and storytelling.

Why do we call it the Bronze Age, and what is bronze made of? This short video explains it all - with demonstrations!


Shed light on Stone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age life - and prehistoric archaeology - through our wide-ranging artefacts, recreations and expertise.

A curator in blue latex gloves touches a fragment of an extremely old human jaw.

Museum of London


Get hands on with 2000-year-old artefacts, find out what skeletons tell us about Londonium life or discover a Roman amphitheatre!

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Museum of London Docklands

Second World War

From air raid shelters to rationing, explore artefacts and first-hand accounts to understand Londoners' experiences of the Second World War.

For SEND schools

We know that you'll have specific needs, and we’d love to know how we can best support you.

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Museum of London

Bespoke projects

Let's work together to plan projects tailored to your students' needs, offering them a truly enriching experience.

For supplementary schools

We know that lockdown has been hard for many volunteer-run organisations. We're keen to help.

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Let's work together

We’d love to hear about what you’ve been doing during lockdown and how we can support your plans.