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London Transport Museum £10 Annual Pass (Save up to 42%)
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London Transport Museum £10 Annual Pass (Save up to 42%)

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Posted 13th Jul 2018
£10.00 annual ticket this weekend only - save up to 42% compared to the standard adult price

Visit the Museum for the ultimate World Cup extravaganza. We will be giving away a limited number of World Cup and Wimbledon posters, football and tennis themed children's drawing activities, 2-4-1 ice creams, plus we will be showing Wimbledon and World Cup football matches, so you won't miss those crucial games!

Tickets will be available to purchase online from 18:00 on Friday 13 July.

London Transport Museum Annual Ticket Price Offer terms and conditions
  • Adult and concession annual pass tickets for the London Transport Museum (“the Museum”) will only cost £10 if purchased on Saturday 14 or Sunday 15 July 2018.
  • Tickets can be purchased in-person at the Museum during normal opening hours or online on the Museum’s website.
  • Children aged 17 and under are admitted free of charge. For further details about the Museum’s admission information please click here –ltmuseum.co.uk/vis…sit
  • Up to six discounted annual pass tickets can be purchased per person in one transaction at any time. Proof of identity will be requested when repeat visits are made
  • This £10.00 annual pass ticket offer is not able to be used in-conjunction with any other offer, reward/loyalty program, group booking, rail inclusive offers or pre-purchased tickets.
  • Annual pass tickets for the Museum at Covent Garden are valid for 12 months from the date of purchase.
  • Please refer to the full admissions terms and conditions and annual pass ticket terms and conditions which can be found on the Museum’s website - ltmuseum.co.uk/ter…ons
  • This offer can only be used as stipulated. Annual pass tickets are non-transferable, non-refundable and not for resale. There is no cash alternative available and the Museum reserves the right to withdraw, amend or replace the offer at any time.
  • The Museum reserves the right, in their absolute discretion, to refuse entry and to close and/or alter all or any part of the facilities for technical, operational, health and safety or other reasons at any time.
  • The Museum’s opening hours is 10:00 – 18:00 daily (last entry is 17:15). Opening hours are subject to change at the Museum’s discretion.
Other Special Offers information

  • The first 300 visitors on Saturday 14 and on Sunday 15 July 2018 will receive a free poster each. The poster will either be a World Cup or Wimbledon inspired poster as seen in our current Poster Girls exhibition.
  • Full colour poster dimensions are 297 x 230
  • Posters will be issued while stocks last on a first come, first serve basis.
  • Benugo’s 2-4-1 ice cream offer will run all day on Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 July 2018 (during the Museum’s opening hours) in the Lower Deck Ice Cream Bar.
  • The Burger and a beer offer for £9.00 will be running all day on Saturday 14 July 2018 and Sunday 15 July 2018 in the Upper Deck Café.
  • Free activity sheets for our youngest guests will be available on Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 July 2018.
  • The World Cup 3rd place play-off match, World Cup Final and Wimbledon finals will be streamed live in the Museum on Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 July 2018.
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Great deal

For me though, if I want to look at a load of old trains parked up going nowhere I have merseyrail around the corner.
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Seems like a great offer~hot!
Great deal

For me though, if I want to look at a load of old trains parked up going nowhere I have merseyrail around the corner.
Great Museum, back to the days when London Transport showed the world how to run a transport network. This museum is the best place to find a nice bus in London, all the TFL ones on the road now are empty, noisy, gridlocked, slow and frequently unreliable,
hullu13/07/2018 10:48

Great Museum, back to the days when London Transport showed the world how …Great Museum, back to the days when London Transport showed the world how to run a transport network. This museum is the best place to find a nice bus in London, all the TFL ones on the road now are empty, noisy, gridlocked, slow and frequently unreliable,


Rubbish.
nice deal OP . - do kids under 12 still get free entry here?
Jellybeans13/07/2018 11:28

Rubbish.


Empirical research mate, I've lost count of the times I just get off and walk. The old buses with the open platform and conductors were amazing, their drivers were trained at the Chiswick training school on a the skid pan and were the best in the world , they were even disciplined for not making reasonable headway, now they're told to hang around at stops. Hopeless!
Edited by: "hullu" 13th Jul 2018
hullu1 h, 20 m ago

Empirical research mate, I've lost count of the times I just get off and …Empirical research mate, I've lost count of the times I just get off and walk. The old buses with the open platform and conductors were amazing, their drivers were trained at the Chiswick training school on a the skid pan and were the best in the world , they were even disciplined for not making reasonable headway, now they're told to hang around at stops. Hopeless!


They got a new little machine which they need to abide by. Which tells them to stand at a bus stop for a few minutes if they're too close to the next bus. This as opposed to the past when controllers told them to slow down.

There are now more buses, stops and routes than there have ever been.

There is now more traffic on Londons roads then there has ever been.

There are now more cyclist lanes then there ever been. a

There are more events and demonstrations in London than there has ever been.

There are more road works, gas works causing major disruption to Londons roads than there has ever been.

I loved the old routemasters. You can still ride the no.15 from trafalgar sq. To Tower Bridge. But u can see. They had their flaws too.

But imo TFL is still one of the best in the world. Its aging but has been through a lot of modernisation.
Saw this elsewhere and bought a pass today.

I've not been to the LT Museum since it was in Gunnersbury. I would imagine that almost all of today's buses and trains hadn't even been designed that far back.
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