The Migration Museum is open to the public Wednesdays–Sundays, from 11am to 5pm (plus late opening on the last Thursday of each month).
We stage an adventurous programme of exhibitions, events and education workshops, telling stories of movement to and from Britain at our museum, situated within The Workshop, an exciting temporary arts and community space just off Albert Embankment.
Amid uncertainty over Brexit, No Turning Back explores seven pivotal moments in Britain’s migration history through a combination of art, photography and personal stories. We present these moments as starting points to encourage conversations and hear about the migration moments that matter to you.
We stage a varied programme of events. Please view our events page for more information on what’s coming up.
Please note that there is no step-free access to our first-floor exhibition spaces at this venue. We do offer step-free access for events held in The Workshop’s Engine Hall and Community Space on the ground floor. See exhibition and event listings for more information.
The Migration Museum at The Workshop is located at 26 Lambeth High Street SE1 7AG, just off Albert Embankment.
We are a 10-minute walk from Vauxhall (Victoria line) and Lambeth North (Bakerloo line) and a 15-minute walk from Westminster (Jubilee, District, and Circle lines) and Waterloo (Northern, Jubilee, and Bakerloo lines).
We are a 10-minute walk from Vauxhall and a 15-minute walk from Waterloo stations.
A number of buses stop close to the Workshop, including routes 3, 77, 344, 360, 507 and C10.
Nearby Santander Cycle docking stations include Fire Brigade Pier (on Albert Embankment) and Lambeth Road (close to entrance to Lambeth Palace). Visitors may lock their bikes outside the Workshop at their own risk.
We do not have any visitor parking, so encourage visitors to walk, cycle or take public transport where possible. A limited number of pay and display parking spaces are available on Lambeth High Street, with a maximum stay restriction of four hours. Please note that we are located within the London Congestion Charge Zone.
We are located in the heart of an emerging cultural quarter, with the Newport Street Gallery, newly renovated Garden Museum, Imperial War Museum London, Florence Nightingale Museum, Beaconsfield Gallery and Cabinet Gallery among the museums and galleries located within walking distance, and with Tate Britain, Westminster Abbey and the Palace of Westminster among the attractions located just across the river.
About The Workshop
The Workshop is a temporary arts and community space dedicated to inspiring creativity and knowledge exchange, housed in the London Fire Brigade engine workshops on Albert Embankment. The space, created and managed by regeneration specialist U+I, is home to creative tenants including Migration Museum Project, Institute of Imagination, Kidesign, Vivid Drinks, Mark Lloyd Bennett Design, Progress London and multidisciplinary artists Christopher Baxter, Barry Reigate and Luke Haseler, all of whom will be hosting interactive events for the community to discover and enjoy.
The Migration Museum Project would like to thank U+I for generously enabling us to host our museum at The Workshop.
If you are interested in volunteering with the Migration Museum, please email our Volunteer Coordinator, Liberty: email@example.com