The Design Museum

Founded in 1989 by Terence Conran The Design Museum is one of the top five museums in London according to The Times, offering intriguing and inspiring views into the world of product, architecture, fashion, furniture, graphic, transport and digital design. Located in central London adjacent to the River Thames and the Tower Bridge the museum hosts a variety of discussions and family activities in addition to the contemporary exhibitions.

The museum is proud to have over five million visitors thus far, and staged over 100 contemporary design exhibitions.

Take a lunch or snack break at the museum café or shop for the perfect unique gift in the wide selection of ceramics, jewellery, books and prints if you like.

For the latest information on the Design Museum’s temporary exhibitions please visit the website.
Tel: +44 (0)20 7940 8790

Opening Times: Daily 10.00-17.45 last admission: 17.15. Open Bank holidays except Christmas.

Adult Ticket: £10.75  per ticket
Child Ticket: Free
Concession Ticket: £6.50 to £9.70  per ticket

Ticket price includes admission to all current exhibitions. Children under 12 free entry.

Nearest Tube Station: London Bridge – a 15 minute walk south along the River Thames, past Tower Bridge.

Tower Hill – a 10 minute walk across Tower Bridge, taking the stairs down to Shad Thames street

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