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London is full of amazing museums, and kids are especially well served. They varying dramatically in terms of size and overall feel, from the imposing and world class British Museum to the niche London Transport Museum.
Coming into summer, most museums are starting to reopen after the Covid-19 related lockdown, which is a real relief for London-based parents with kids to entertain over the holidays.
To help you make the best choice, we have summarised the events below as a map and a list. Most musuems are free, but where they charge, we have given an indication of cost for a family of 2 adults and 2 kids.
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|Name||Nearest station||Cost for 2 adults + 2 children|
|Bank of England Museum|
|Tottenham Court Road||Free|
|Burgh House & Hampstead Museum|
|Greenwich (Overground, DLR, boat)||£45|
|London Bridge/Tower Hill||£48.6|
|Horniman Museum and Gardens|
|Forest Hill (Overground)||Free|
|Imperial War Museum|
|Lambeth North/Elephant & Castle||Free|
|London Transport Museum|
|Museum of London|
|Museum of London Docklands|
|Canary Wharf (Tube/boat)||Free|
|National Maritime Museum|
|Greenwich (Overground, DLR, boat)||Free|
|Natural History Museum|
|The Cartoon Museum|
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