London Transport Museum
From Steam to Green
From Saturday 23 to Sunday 31 October 2021, families visiting London Transport Museum in Covent Garden can discover how different types of public transport have shaped London’s environment over the last 200 years, from the early days of steam power to the engineering helping Londoners make greener journeys today.
Kids can take part in interactive STEM inspired activities and meet real-world engineers as they explore the technology powering London’s new ‘green’ buses and drop into a hands-on display about cycling in the city. Little ones can enjoy daily storytelling sessions, and the whole family can take part in a collaborative art installation celebrating the wildlife who call London home.
The half-term activities are part of the Museum’s Climate Crossroads programme. Supported by Mott MacDonald and Cubic Transportation Systems, this programme aims to ignite people’s curiosity to shape a greener future.
Adult tickets cost £18.50 and offer free daytime entry for a whole year. Timed entry tickets must be booked in advance online. Kids go free!