FAQs / Help
Following your purchase you will receive a booking confirmation e-mail containing a unique reference number with a barcode representing your order. Please ensure you download or print out your e-ticket ahead of your visit. At the gallery entrance you will be asked to present this to redeem your tickets and gain entry.
Due to the popularity of events, the Design Museum does not issue refunds or exchanges. It is the responsibility of the booker to ensure they are selecting the correct tickets at the time of booking.
Tickets can be purchased for all events and exhibitions at the Design Museum ticket desk, subject to availability. We strongly advise that you purchase your tickets in advance to avoid disappointment.
Entry into any of the Design Museum's temporary exhibitions is not included as standard with events tickets. When entry is included this will be stated on the Design Museum website or the relevant event booking page.
Please note that the Museum is a public building and general entry to the permanent display "Designer Maker User" gallery is free of charge, with no prior booking required. School groups are requested to book their visits into this space via https://designmuseum.digitickets.co.uk/event-tickets/7949?catID=7189&.
Concession tickets are provided to all those aged 60 and above, jobseekers and individuals with disabilities.
Individuals with disabilities are additionally entitled to receive a complimentary ticket for a carer to our temporary exhibitions. Should you require a complimentary ticket to an exhibition, please e-mail the Bookings Office via email@example.com to request this, providing details of your booking.
At present it is not possible to redeem a discount for Art Fund pass holders when purchasing tickets online.
To redeem this discount, please present a valid Art Fund pass at the Design Museum ticket desk, whereupon the discounted tickets will be sold to you.
We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
Design Museum members do not need to book entry to visit exhibitions. Please present your membership card at the gallery entrances to be permitted entry.
Design Museum members enjoy free, unlimited entry to all exhibitions, priority access to a vibrant programme of talks and events plus discounts in the shop, cafe and restaurant. To see all the benefits of being a member of the Design Museum, and to join, please visit https://designmuseum.org/become-a-member.
All tickets to David Adjaye: Making Memory are sold on a day-long timeslot basis, with no need to select a specific timeslot for your visit. Visitors are welcome to attend the exhibition on any time throughout the date of their ticket, up to last gallery entry at 17:15.
Following high demand for Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition, 15-minute entry timeslots have now been set up; these are for entry only. Once you have entered the gallery there is no limit on the amount of time you can spend inside. Please note that Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition has a last entry timeslot of 16:30, owing to the extended period of time we recommend spending inside the gallery.
Our "Exhibitions Ticket" (for entry into both David Adjaye: Making Memory and Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition) is sold on an hourly timeslot basis. Please note that this is for entry into Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition only, with no restrictions on entry into David Adjaye: Making Memory.
All galleries close at 17:45, ahead of general building closure at 18:00.
For access and practical information, instructions on how to reach the Design Museum, and details about the café, shop and family visits, please follow the link below to the "Plan Your Visit" page of the Design Museum website: