Museums & GalleriesMuseum of London Docklands

Discover how London’s docks shaped the city we know today at The Museum of London, Docklands.

The history of life, trade and culture along the River Thames from the 1600s to today.

From 22 Oct: London: Port City. Discover the ongoing impact that the Port of London has on the capital city, its people, design, culture and international reputation. This major new exhibition will trace more than 200 years of extraordinary experiences and intense activity on a river that has always been essential to the city’s survival. Explore how it has connected London to the rest of the world from the final days of the 18th century to the creation of the London Gateway ‘mega port’. Peppered with personal stories, incidents, major operations, absorbing characters and pivotal moments, this exhibition brings the modern port and its history to life. Entry is free. Pre-book free exhibition tickets which include entry to the rest of the museum.

October half term: Opening hours will be extended! The museum will be open Mon-Sun 10am-5pm, between Mon 25-Sun 31 October.

Tags: Kids, Museum, River

What you need to know
  • Social Distancing
  • Mask Required
  • Tickets Required
  • Enhanced Cleaning
  • Tickets Required in Advance
  • Timed Ticketing
  • Toilets

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