The Museum of Transport of London is the best museum for children under the age of 7. The truth is that this museum is a great museum for all ages, but well structured for children.
It speaks very accurately about the chronological development of public transport in London and tells us about the history of the subway, trams and buses. There are many historic vehicles on which you can climb. Particularly interesting is the Metropolitan Train Simulator and the educational trail with the stamps on the boards. A lot of information on the history of public transport in London from the beginning of the 19th century to the present.
There are also two super play areas for children. One for boys and one for children under 7 years. There is a small cafe, a picnic area and a large shop that has some quality, lots of posters and some of the souvenirs of traditional museums.
Children entertain free while adults pay a £ 17.50 ticket; The ticket is personal and has a validity of 12 months. You need half day to visit the whole museum. Opening times and closing times are between 10am and 6pm Monday to Sunday.
You can easily reach London Transport Museum via the Covent Garden subway station (about two minutes walk from the museum) or using the Leicester Square or Charing Cross stations. By using the buses, however, you can easily reach the museum using the means to go through Aldwych numbered 1, 4, 6, 9, 11, 13, 15, 23, 26, 59, 68, 76, 87, 139, 168, 171, 172, 176, 188, 243, 341, 388 and 521
From the Camden Market take bus 168 or 24 N5.
For the rest, the train stations less distant from London Transport Museum are those of Charing Cross and Blackfriars.
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