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February Half Term at London Transport Museum!

London Transport Museum, Covent Garden

Kids go free!

Saturday 10 -Sunday 18 February

Best Bits
This year marks the 50th anniversary of London Transport first recruiting women as bus drivers in 1974, followed by Tube train drivers in 1978. This February half term, visitors to London Transport Museum in Covent Garden can learn about the pioneering women drivers, conductors, mechanics, engineers, designers, and artists who shaped the city and its transport as we know and love it today.

  • Follow a self-guided trail, get creative in sign-making craft sessions.
  • Join guided tours of the new Global Poster Gallery to discover the stories of women poster artists. 
  • On weekdays, take part in zine-making workshops celebrating London’s transport heroines. 
  • Hop aboard historic buses and Tube trains and learn to ‘drive’ an Elizabeth line train in the ‘Future Engineers’ gallery.
  • Discover a mini-fleet of vehicles in the All Aboard play zones, perfect for little explorers.
  • Grab a bite to eat for lunch or take a break with coffee and cake at their café bar Canteen

LittleBird Top Tip

Did you know that Maida Value Underground station was the first to be staffed entirely by women?

Dates and Prices


  • Saturday 10 February-Sunday 18 February
  • Museum open daily from 10:00-18:00 (last entry at 17:00)


  • Kids go free!
  • Adult tickets can be booked online in advance and include free return day-time entry for a whole year
  • All activities are included as part of your Museum ticket.
  • Adult Unlimited Annual Passes start from £24. Off-peak Annual Passes start from £22. Concessions - £23. Local Resident - £18
  • £1 tickets are available to visitors in receipt of Universal Credit and Pension Credit
  • Tickets and timed-entry can be bought in advance online on London Transport Museum’s website
Need to Know
  • Tickets are annual passes, which entitle you to visit the Museum as many times as you like throughout the next 12 months. 
  • Timed entry tickets are available on an hourly basis.
  • Please arrive for your timed entry slot at any time from the hour stated on your ticket.
  • Children aged 12 years and over can enter the Museum on their own and can book a timed ticket to visit online.
  • Full details about London Transport Museum's ticketing options can be found on their website.
  • Off-peak Annual Passes are available at a cheaper rate. Discounted tickets are available for local residents and £1 tickets are available to those on Universal Credit and Pension Credit.
  • Walk up entry is available on the day too if you decide to visit the Museum last minute!
How to Redeem
  • Click Buy Now and book your tickets so you can guarantee the day you want to visit.
  • Walk up entry is available on the day too if you decide to visit the Museum last minute!
Plan your Visit

Address and Contact Info

London Transport Museum
Covent Garden Piazza

0343 222 5000
Nearest Station: Covent Garden Station
from £24