London Transport Museum
It’s incredible to see the number of historic vehicles on display at this museum in a former Victorian flower market. Unusually, visitors are encouraged to climb on or in many of the double-decker buses, trams, and steam locomotives on show, which really helps bring the city’s remarkable transport history to life. Every so often, the museum releases tickets for the most amazing Hidden London tours. They take you down into disused tube stations, including one used by Churchill for refuge during the Second World War, and share some incredible stories. It’s always good getting to see somewhere you can’t normally go.
“Art school theatre complex with 4 spaces hosting a programme of drama and performing arts.”
“The exhibitions are of contemporary paintings, photographs and sculpture. The focus is upon artists from Europe and Asia but holds many exhibitions throughout the year.”
“The only London gallery dedicated exclusively to exhibiting sculptures. Most works are in aluminium if bronze and shows exhibitions all year round”
“A great little theatre. Although right next to the station, I'm guessing most people don't know it exists. ”