Some London sightseeing passes include free entry to the museum. Otherwise, purchase tickets at the door. The museum showcases pieces from its permanent collections as well as rotating exhibitions, plus workshops and special events such as life drawing classes and evening talks. Visits are self-guided, with exhibits covering everything from British political satirists to the long-standing Dandy and Beano comic magazines. The museum also houses a shop selling books, gifts, stationery, and other merchandise.
Things to know before you go
*The Cartoon Museum is wheelchair-accessible. *Profits from sales at the on-site shop go directly toward the museum, which is a registered charity. *Children will likely enjoy the comic book exhibits, though some of the displays—such as the political cartoons—are geared toward older cartoon enthusiasts.
How to get there
The Cartoon Museum is situated in Fitzrovia in Central London. If you’re coming by public transit, ride the tube to Oxford Circus (Bakerloo, Central, or Victoria lines), Tottenham Court Road (Central or Northern lines), or Goodge Street (Northern line).
When to get there
The museum is closed on Mondays and has limited opening hours on Sundays. Weekends are usually busy. Go midweek for a quieter experience.
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