Visitors Forum Design Museum, London

Butler’s Wharf, Shad Thames, London, SE1 (map)
Telephone: 020 7403 6933 Web site: www.designmuseum.org See also:
London Background information The Design Museum is located on the River Thames, in the Butlers Wharf conservation area, within easy reach of Tower Bridge. Alongside the Museum’s other activities, it offers a programme of critically acclaimed exhibitions on design and architecture throughout the year. General information
Facilities: Cafe, Shop, Disabled Access, Lectures
Admission: 7 days a week 11.30am – 6.00pm (last entry @ 5.30pm) ; Adults:�5.50; Students: �4.50; Concessions: �4.00 Family Ticket (2 adults & 2 children): �12.00
How to find us: . 100, 15,78 to Tower Hill. 47, 42, 188 and P11 to Jamaica Road/Tooley Street. London Bridge BR & Underground. Tower Hill Underground Particularly interesting for
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Supporting the arts Add your own comment.We very much welcome feedback and any further information that you can provide to help us maintain our databases. If visiting a museum to see a particular work of art we strongly suggest telephoning in advance to confirm that it will be on view.Art Guide © Cognitive Applications Limited, 1997. All rights reserved. Design Museum, London
Background information The Design Museum is located on the River Thames, in the Butlers Wharf conservation area, within easy reach of Tower Bridge. Alongside the Museum’s other activities, it offers a programme of critically acclaimed exhibitions on design and architecture throughout the year. Particularly interesting for
Design Furniture and Woodwork Technology and Science Listed under
Hidden Treasures Museums with Web Sites Further Information Planning travel to the UK
Valuations/buying & selling art
Directory of living artists Learning about art
Supporting the arts Add your own comment.We very much welcome feedback and any further information that you can provide to help us maintain our databases. If visiting a museum to see a particular work of art we strongly suggest telephoning in advance to confirm that it will be on view.