Museum of London

The Museum of London is the world's largest urban history museum, telling the fascinating story of London from prehistoric times to the present day.

The Museum's galleries use artefacts and images to display London's rich and diverse history. Here you will find a taster of some of the more provocative, and compelling aspects of life in the capital.

The Museum's collections comprise over 1.1 million objects and Europe's largest archaeological archive. They contain the material remains of London's vast, complex past and are an inspirational source of knowledge.

Opening Hours
Monday to Saturday 10am until 5.50pm.
Sunday midday until 5.50pm.
Last admission 5.30pm.

Museum of London
London Wall

Location Map

+44 (0)20 7600 3699

Getting There
The main entrance is located on a pedestrian highwalk accessed from Aldersgate Street, London Wall or St Martins-Le-Grand. The museum is just five minutes walk from St Paul's Cathedral.

Nearest Tube / Rail Station
Barbican, St Paul's, Moorgate,

Bus Routes
4, 8, 25, 56, 100, 141, 172, 242, 501, 521

Wheelchair access and disabled toilet facilities.