Places that make learning a fun experience outside of the classroom - for kids and adults alike!
Bank of England Museum
From Roman gold bars to todays's economy, explore the history of the bank
Full of beautiful books and treasures including Caxton's Chaucer and the Magna Carta.
Vast collection of world art and artefacts from ancient times to the present day.
Tucked down a side street by the British museum, this is a hidden gem.
Churchill War Rooms
Discover the original Cabinet War Rooms, the wartime bunker that sheltered Churchill and his government during the Blitz.
Family fun aboard this world famous tea clipper
The Design Museum has moved to Kensington. We are mad for it!
Dulwich Picture Gallery
Gorgeous gardens and stunning paintings in leafy Dulwich.
Florence Nightingale Museum
Explore the history of this legendary nurse.
Explore the history of the UK's first children's charity.
Lifestyle museum depicting the changing style of English domestic interiors from 1600 to present day.
Handel House Museum
Explore the house where Handel composed some of his greatest music.
Museum and gardens exploring world cultures, natural history and music.
Household Cavalry Museum
A behind-the-scenes look at the regiment's ceremonial duties.
Imperial War Museum
The history of modern conflict is powerfully displayed.
London Canal Museum
Learn the history of London's canals.
The London Dungeon
Brave it if you dare!
London Film Museum
Mr Bond, I presume?
London Fire Brigade Museum
Try on fire-fighter uniforms and learn about the museum's collection of engines
London Transport Museum
Trams, buses, the underground - travel round the capital.
Madame Tussauds and the Stardome
One Direction, Katniss Everdeen and more. Selfie-heaven.
Museum of London
A must-see history lesson for all mini Londoners. And their parents.
Museum of London Docklands
Learn how the history of London is inextricably linked to the River Thames
National Maritime Museum
The world's largest maritime museum, filled with stories of exploration at sea.
National Museum of Childhood
Toy heaven in Bethnal Green
Natural History Museum
Dinosaurs, earthquakes, creepy crawlies and the incredible Darwin Centre, this one has it all.
The story of the Royal Air Force through its people and collections.
Sir John Soane Museum
Visit the charming and beautifully preserved home of the splendid architect Sir John Soane
The Science Museum
Interactive and engaging: this is one of London's top museums.
Victoria & Albert Museum
A brilliant permanent collection and two fab temp shows means the V&A tops our list
Stunning house with exceptional collection of 18th century paintings, furniture and objets d'art
The perfect museum for the incurably curious!
London Museum of Water & Steam
Marvel at the huge steam engines. Have fun in the outdoor Splash Zone
One of London's best small museums with its own Tudor knot garden.