Tuesday to Saturday 10am-6pm,
Sunday and Bank Holidays 11am-5pm,
Closed Mondays (except bank holidays), Christmas Day and during the Notting Hill Carnival. Last admission one hour before closing.
Travel Trade Overview
Delve into 150 years of British consumer heritage as you explore how well-loved brands such as Oxo, Marmite and Twining’s have evolved since the Victorian era right through to present day.
The Museum shows the development of brands, packaging and advertising through displays of more than 12,000 items of posters, toys, games, fashion and technology. British consumer society and culture are revealed through the changes in social taste, the evolution of graphic design and the influence of events such as the WWII, the Suffrage Movement, the Queen’s Coronation and the 1966 World Cup.
With the temporary exhibition and displays programme there is every reason to visit time and time again, perfect for lovers of social history, graphic design, marketing and branding. It’s inspiring with the insightful knowledge to how brands and advertising have played a part in day-to-day lives.
This experience would not be complete without a visit to the Museum's award-winning garden and café.
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Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising Prices:
|Adult Ticket:||£9.00 (USD11.67) per ticket|
|Child Ticket:||£5.00 (USD6.48) per ticket|
|Family Ticket:||£24.00 (USD31.12) per ticket|
|Concession Ticket:||£7.00 (USD9.08) per ticket|
Group Pricing Information
Prices for 10 people or more
Children (7-16): £4.50
Senior 60+: £6.10
Introductory talks: £120 plus admission
Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising Facilities:
- Attraction Facilities
- Catering Facilities
- Payment Facilities
Credit cards accepted
Debit cards accepted
Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising Location Map
Directions to Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising
On exiting the station turn right and take the first right onto Lancaster Road. Walk down Lancaster Road for one minute. The Museum of Brands can be found on the left.