UK Travel Guide


Museum of London

Come to this museum at 150 London Wall to look at the history of London from pre-historic times through to the 21st century. All exhibits are set out in chronological order through the various ages ranging from Roman, Medieval, Saxon , Tudor and the like. There are galleries, exhibitions and collections all of which unfold the story of London using artefacts, images and modern technology. The museum is believed to be the largest archaelogical archive in Europe and has over 1.1 million items on display. Here one will find objects such as the Tableau of the Great Fire of London, old London shop fronts, the Lord Mayor’s coach, a model of a 2nd century Roman fort. Admission tickets are valid for one year and you can visit as often as you like within that time. The museum is free after 4.30pm.

Located at: London Wall, London, EC2Y

Telephone: 020 7600 3699

Opens: IMonday to Saturday 10.00am to 5.50pm, Sunday 12.00 noon to 5.50pm

Cost: Adults 5.00 Concessions: 3.00, Children under 16

Closest Subway Station: Barbican Station (Click to see more atrraction at this station)