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
    London
    E14 4AL
  • Website

Connected Mandy members:

Victoria Otter
2017, The Angel of Poplar
Miss Watkins WW1 school teacher
Charlotte Reynolds
2016, The Pants Pirate
Alex
Sabrina Newton-Fisher
Sabrina Newton-Fisher
Child Actor
2015, Visitor's Guide
Model
Kimberly Black
2013, Music Hall installation
Florrie's mum
Nigel Harvey
Nigel Harvey
Actor
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
2009,
Storytelling
Jordan Pitt
Jordan Pitt
Actor
2008, The Story of Monday
Monday
Halima Bryan
Halima Bryan
Actor
2008, Sugar and Spice
Ann Sancho