This is a site-wide search.
If you are looking for an object in our collections, please search our collections online database.
If you are looking for a shop item, please search our online shop.
Sir John Soane's Museum is currently closed in line with Government Covid-19 measures. We hope to reopen on 19 May.
From 19 May we will be open Wednesday to Sunday, 10am to 5pm (last admission 4:15).
Entry is by a free timed ticket. Timed tickets are now available to book online.
In the meantime, you can explore the Museum from home using our new Highlights Film. The Highlights Film takes you on a tour through the most special spaces and objects in the Museum, and costs £8.
You can also discover the stories behind the Soane Museum with our new guide on the free Bloomberg Connects app.
Bloomberg Connects, a free digital guide to cultural organizations, makes it easy to access and engage with arts and culture. Unique and exclusive multimedia guides, commentary from experts, and virtual activities offer insights into exhibitions and collections.
We are a COVID-secure venue and have introduced measures to protect visitors during their visit to the Museum. Please check the latest government guidelines and only visit the Museum with people inside your household or support bubble.
To ensure compliance with government guidelines we will keep your booking details for Test and Trace. We will also send you a follow up visitor survey. To opt out of either please email email@example.com
We have introduced some new rules for visitors during the pandemic:
Photography is permitted inside the Museum. Flash photography, filming your visit, tripods, selfie sticks and large cameras are not permitted.
Entry to the Museum is through the original front door of No. 13, with, with a one-way route around the Museum. Entry to the smaller spaces of the Picture Room and Monk’s Parlour will be restricted. Visitors should expect to have to wait to enter some interiors and some may be visible only from behind stanchions.
Hand sanitiser is available, and we have an enhanced cleaning regime for the toilets, frequent touch points and surfaces. Our staff and volunteers are provided with personal protective equipment.
Find us at 13 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London WC2A 3BP. Show on Google Maps
Holborn (for Central and Piccadilly lines) is a short five minute walk away, while Temple (for the Circle and District lines) is 15 minutes away.
Buses 1, 59, 68, 91, 168, 171, 188, 243, 521, and X68 stop on Kingsway. Buses 8, 25, and 242 stop on High Holborn.
Sardinia Street and Portugal Street docking stations for Santander Cycles, or park your own bike at Lincoln’s Inn Fields.
We are in the congestion charge zone, with a few pay-and-display parking spaces and green-badge bays in Lincoln’s Inn Fields.
Our cloakroom is currently closed, so we ask that visitors do not bring any luggage or large bags to the Museum. This includes; rucksacks, suitcases, and bikes. The website stasher shows locations where you can pay a fee to leave luggage.
As the Museum spaces are narrow and our museum objects are fragile, we will provide a clear plastic bag for any small items you’d like to carry. The dimensions of the bag are 375mm x 450mm + 75mm deep.
Prams can be left in the space outside the Museum. Baby carriers are permitted.
Photography is permitted inside the Museum, though flash photography, filming your visit, tripods, selfie sticks and large cameras are not permitted. Phone calls are also not permitted inside the Museum.
Sharing your photos on Instagram? Tag our profile @SoaneMuseum and use #PhototheSoane and you could see your work shared on our feed.
Unfortunately, we do not currently permit sketching in the Museum.
Visitors with disabilities are very welcome. To ensure your requirements are met during your visit, contact us in advance on 020 7405 2107 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our shop has a wide range of gift ideas to suit all ages and pockets - from bespoke jewellery and beautiful books, to exclusive products inspired by our collection. Visit during Museum opening hours or shop online. Every purchase supports the Museum.