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  • Journey through London's history as told through beautifully restored vehicles interactive displays, and iconic posters
  • See the world's first underground steam and electric trains, classic London buses and trams, plus vintage vehicles
  • Access the 'All Aboard' play zone, where kids assume roles of conductors, mechanics, or drivers on interactive vehicles
Hidden London: The Exhibition
Now on - Dec 31, 2020

London hides many a mystery beneath the smog, asphalt, and innumerable branded coffee houses. Now, you can explore the history of the capital in all its subterranean glory with the London Transport Museum's Hidden London exhibit.

Rare archive photos, never-before-seen objects, vintage posters, secret diagrams, and even decorative tiles from disused stations have been brought together to provide a snapshot of London's now-concealed underground world.

Delve into the city's forgotten Tube networks and discover the incredible stories they keep. Learn about their importance in wartime Britain, including the underground railway's role in sheltering citizens from the Blitz – Winston Churchill himself holed up at Down Street station during the worst of the bombing.

Immerse yourself in the abandoned ticket hall of Aldwych station with an authentic 1930s ticket machine, and see other iconic locations recreated in the Global Gallery. You'll recognise some from the big screen, used in box-office winners Skyfall and V for Vendetta.


Red buses, black cabs, and the tube. Transport and London are so synonymous with each other that they have their own museum!

Explore London's relationship with the public transport systems which shaped its identity, from 18th-century horse-drawn buses to its pioneering underground railway, and the iconic tube map.

Housed in a charming old flower market, the refurbished vehicles and colourful exhibits tell the story of how transport enabled London's development over the last 200 years.

What's included
General admission to the London Transport Museum
Admission to the galleries
Food and drinks
Additional info

Picnics are welcome during school holidays and weekends, and can be eaten in the Lower Deck cafe bar located on the ground floor.

Cancellation policy
  • Cancellations are not possible for this ticket
  • Changes are possible for this ticket
Opening hours
Thursday 10:00 - 18:00
Friday 10:00 - 18:00
Saturday 10:00 - 18:00
Sunday 10:00 - 18:00
Monday 10:00 - 18:00
Tuesday 10:00 - 18:00
Wednesday 10:00 - 18:00
How to get there
London Transport Museum
Covent Garden Piazza, WC2E 7BB, London
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Ratings & reviews
203 Reviews
Feb 25, 2020
Good, very busy on Saturday, Half Term, many children, a bit of queing
Feb 24, 2020
Great. Family friendly, really interactive and not too big. Perfect for little ones & big ones alike.
Feb 24, 2020
Great but busy

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