Clicking any ‘Book Now’ link on this page will take you directly to the London Transport Museum website to book tickets to visit the depot at Acton. This ticket does not include the cost of a ride on the LTMR, which currently stands at £1 per person.

Love Your Line

Saturday and Sunday 27 and 28 April 2019
Adults £12; Concessions £10, LTM Friends £6; Children go free

Join us for a fun-packed weekend as we explore London’s Underground lines. From their architecture and design, to the stories and communities that surround them, lines inspire passionate loyalty and debate from those who travel on them. With a focus on celebrating the District, Victoria, Jubilee and Overground lines, discover another side to your journey at this colourful Open Weekend. See original transport treasures, catch a talk from our weekend lecture series and join in with creative activities for all the family. What’s your favourite line and why?

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Family fun

Saturday and Sunday 13 and 14 July 2019
Adults £12; Concessions £10, LTM Friends £6; Children go free

Prepare for a weekend adventure as we launch our second annual Open Weekend dedicated to our youngest visitors and their families. Take your pick from the packed programme of transport themed activities and experiences on offer, from musical story time sessions, miniature steam railway rides and heritage bus excursions to specially designed family tours of the Depot and creative make and take sessions. Explore the Depot and its hidden treasures and get inspired about the story of transport – past, present and future.

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All change!

Saturday and Sunday 28 and 29 September 2019
Adults £12; Concessions £10; Children and LTM Friends go free

All change please! The next stop is our Acton Depot. For our September Open Weekend, we’ve been inspired by the golden age of travel and London’s rich heritage of rail termini. Hear about the ambitious visions for these striking buildings, from the celebrated to the condemned. Discover how the creation of new rail routes transformed the lives of city dwellers and continue to play a significant role in how residents and visitors travel around London. We will also be heading out of the Capital into the countryside and overseas as we shine a spotlight on other termini and great rail routes that forged a path for travel as we know it today.

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