Lea Valley Experience Museum Project, The
10 South Access Road, Walthamstow
London E17 8AX
TThe concept of the museum is based around the industrial transport achievements of the Lea Valley Corridor since the 1800s, and the coming of the railways to the valley. We currently have a collection of many types of artefacts both large and small.
Leighton House Museum
12 Holland Park Road
London W14 8LZ
Leighton House Museum is the former studio-house of the great Victorian artist Frederic, Lord Leighton (1830-1896). Located on the edge of London's Holland Park, the house is one of the most extraordinary buildings of the 19th century.
199-201 Lewisham High Street
London SE13 6LG
Lewisham Heritage is responsible for the archives, local history, museum and art collections of the London Borough of Lewisham. The Local History and Archives Centre holds historic materials for the borough of Lewisham and is situated in Lewisham Library.
Library & Museum of Freemasonry, The
Freemasons' Hall, Great Queen Street
London WC2B 5AZ
One of the finest publicly available collections of Masonic material in the world. The collections illustrate the international, social and ethnic diversity of the membership including royalty, public figures, scientists and writers as well as the many millions of members from all walks of life. The museum contains an extensive collection of objects with Masonic decoration including pottery and porcelain, glassware, silver, furniture and clocks, jewels and regalia.
Little Holland House
40 Beeches Avenue
Carshalton SM5 3LW
The former home of artist, designer and craftsman Frank Dickinson (1874-1961). Designed and built by Dickinson between 1902-04, the Grade II* listed interior was created entirely by him, inspired by the ideals of Ruskin, Carlyle & Morris, in an eclectic mix of Arts and Crafts, Art Nouveau and Glasgow School style.
London Canal Museum
12-13 New Wharf Road, King's Cross
London N1 9RT
London Canal Museum tells the story of London's canals, their people, cargoes, and the horses which pulled their boats. Collections: Centrepiece is the narrowboat Coronis with a reconstructed cabin into which visitors can step, listening to the sound of a family having their meal and discussing their lives. Our collection includes 'roses and castles' canal art and other decorative art, lifting, handling and weighing equipment for cargo, horse care equipment, and the working Bantam IV tug which is moored outside.
London Film Museum
1st Floor, Riverside Building, County Hall
London SE1 7PB
Here at the London Film Museum we celebrate all aspects of the British Film Industry. Since we started in 2008 we have been collecting and displaying items both historical and contemporary from major films.
London Fire Brigade Museum
Winchester House, 94a Southwark Bridge Rd
London SE1 0EG
Visit our museum in Southwark and see how firefighting has developed over the last 340 years. It holds a wealth of information and exhibits depicting the history of firefighting in London from the Great Fire of London in 1666 to the present day.
London Motor Museum
3 Nestles Avenue, Hayes, Middlesex
London UB3 4SB
The London Motor Museum is the only custom car museum in Europe and home to a unique collection of privately owned American and European classic cars of the automobile era ranging from the 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s. The London Motor Museum has a fantastic collection of over 100 classic and custom cars, including hot rods, film cars like the Batmobile, Delorean (Back To The Future), a signed Ford Torino (Starsky and Hutch) and a range of beautiful cars from the 1930s to the present day, creating a unique blend of classic and custom cars which are unique and breathtakingly stunning.
London Motorcycle Museum
Ravenor Farm, Oldfield Lane South
Greenford, Middlesex UB6 9LB
The LMM - London's only motorcycle museum - is the capital's friendly focus for Britain's biking history and heritage. We have some 80 machines and other exhibits on permanent display.
London Museum of Water & Steam
Green Dragon Lane
London TW8 0EN
Housed in a Grade I listed water pumping station built in the 19th century to supply Londoners with water, the museum is recognised as the most important historic site of the water industry in Britain. The museum's architecture ranges from late Georgian to Italianate with a thriving community of artists housed in the site's external workshop buildings. There is also an excellent 'Water for Life' gallery which describes the provision of water to London from Roman times to the present day.
London Sewing Machine Museum, The
308 Balham High Road
London SW17 7AA
Approximately 600 sewing machines on display including Queen Victoria's and Charlie Chaplin's sewing machines.
London Transport Museum
Covent Garden Piazza
London WC2E 7BB
Lively new galleries tell the story of London's transport system and how it shaped the lives of people living and working in London. The Design for Travel gallery showcases original artworks and advertising posters.