London Transport Museum
Type: Children's Museums, History Museums, Museums
The London Transport museum is a wonderful family-friendly place to visit in the capital. Housed in Covent Garden in some old tram sheds, there are more than 80 full sized vehicles to climb aboard and... Read More
The London Transport museum is a wonderful family-friendly place to visit in the capital. Housed in Covent Garden in some old tram sheds, there are more than 80 full sized vehicles to climb aboard and a nice mix of technical and fun history to cater for everyone's tastes. There is lots of interactive exhibits to help teach people about how the London underground system was designed, the first underground train and the evolution of the famous double decker London bus through the ages too from horse drawn carts on to the bendy buses and eco engines of the modern world. The museum focuses on the history of transport and culture from 1800 onwards and looks at how the transport system helped the growth of the modern capital. For art lovers, the gallery concentrates on the beautiful collection of London Transport posters from the twenties onwards.
- Family-Friendly Museums: "The London Transport museum has a great shop too to buy up the great poster designs from the rich history of Britain's transport culture."
- Best for Family-Friendly Museums Because: There are lots of trains and buses for children to climb on and adults will benefit too.