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Coaches can pick up and drop off outside the museum. The Museum is about five minutes' walk from St. Pancras and King's Cross mainline, and Underground stations - all easily accessible. Buses 10,17,30,45,46,63,73,91,205, 214,259, 390, 476 serve Kings Cross. (Routes 10, 30, 73, 205 are operated by fully accessible buses)

School Parties composed of children and young people aged 5-18 inclusive (includes 18 year olds still at school) can travel free on London Underground trains and London Buses to visit the museum. Special free tickets must be ordered in advance. King's Cross is served by trains on the Victoria, Picadilly, Circle, Hammersmith and City, Northern and Metropolitan lines. If your school is near one of these lines you could bring a group free of charge without changing trains. King's Cross is also served by numerous bus routes.You can book the School Party Travel Scheme online. For full details please visit the Transport for London website.

If your school is a long way from London and you cannot visit, there is a list of other UK waterways museums on the main site. Click the link to go to that page. These other museums do not cover the Victorian ice trade.

For more detailed information about travel to the museum, please see the visitor information pages on the main website. We also provide a single sheet map and directions to print (new window).

Canal scene illustration