Museum of London Docklands

  • About
    From Roman settlement to Docklands’ regeneration, unlock the history of London’s river, port and people in this historic warehouse. Discover a wealth of objects from whale bones to WWII gas masks in state-of-the-art galleries, including Mudlarks, an interactive area for kids; Sailortown, an atmospheric re-creation of 19th century riverside Wapping; and London, Sugar & Slavery, which reveals the city’s involvement in the transatlantic slave trade.

    FREE Admission

    If you plan to bring a group of 10 or more, please book your place by calling 020 70019844.
    Opening times

    Mon to Sun: 10am-6pm
    Last admission: 5.30pm
    Closed: 24-26 December and 1 January

    The Museum in Dockland’s mission is to inspire a passion
    for London by

    * communicating London’s history, archaeology and contemporary cultures to a wider world,
    * reaching all of London’s communities through playing a role in the debate about London,
    * facilitating and contributing to London-wide cultural and educational networks.

    The Museum in Docklands is part of the Museum of London Group.
  • Address
    West India Quay
    Canary Wharf
    E14 4AL
  • Website

Connected Mandy members:

Victoria Otter
2017, The Angel of Poplar
Miss Watkins WW1 school teacher
Charlotte Reynolds
2016, The Pants Pirate
Sabrina Newton-Fisher
Sabrina Newton-Fisher
Child Actor
2015, Visitor's Guide
Kimberly Black
2013, Music Hall installation
Florrie's mum
Nigel Harvey
Nigel Harvey
2013, ITV Text Santa Appeal - The Night Before Text Santa
Santa Claus / Father Christmas
Ashley Emerson
2009, Slavery
Granville Sharp
Edmund Sutton
Edmund Sutton
Lighting Designer
2009, Packaging display, Sainsbury Gallery
Lighting - installation and focussing
Static Moves
Static Moves
Aerial Acrobatics
Jordan Pitt
Jordan Pitt
2008, The Story of Monday
Halima Bryan
Halima Bryan
2008, Sugar and Spice
Ann Sancho