Want to learn about Britain’s most famous cartoons? Explore the wonderful world of cartoons, caricatures and comics at The Cartoon Museum in London. From the famous Dennis the Mennis to work from the political cartoonist Hogarth you will learn the ins and outs of some of Britain’s most exciting and original artwork dating back to the 1800s.

Where can I find the Cartoon Museum?

You will find the cartoon museum in Fitzrovia as part of the Museum Mile: 13 of London's most exciting museums and galleries stretching from King's Cross to the River Thames.

Founded by a dedicated group of cartoonists, collectors and art lovers this unique art museum opened its doors back in 2006 with the aim to preserve the very best cartoon art in the country. Hosting a collection of over 6000 art pieces in three main galleries each displaying original work from cartoons and comics past and present. The museum regularly run events and workshops for schools, families and children and don’t forget to visit the cartoon shop stocking more than 900 books, comic strips and much more!

  • Children (under 18)- FREE
  • Memebers- FREE
  • Concession- from £3
  • Adult- £8
  • Mon – Closed
  • Tue, Wed, Fri, Sat & Sun – 10:30am – 5:30pm
  • Thu- 10:30am – 8pm


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