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How can a building shape your perception of events - past, present and future? Experience the storytelling power of architecture through an exploration of seven monumental projects from celebrated architect Sir David Adjaye OBE.

Booking information

Adult £10.90
Child (6 - 15 years)* £5.50
Student/concession** £8.20
Family (1 adult + 3 children) £16.80
Family (2 adults + 3 children) £25
Members go free

This Easter children go free (1 - 25 April 2019). Up to three children with each adult ticket.

Voluntary donation: On the next page you will be asked for a voluntary donation of at least 10% on the price of your ticket. As an independent charity, every donation is vital in enabling the museum to stay open for you and achieve its charitable aims.

10% discount is applied when booking 10 or more tickets online. Alternatively, please contact the Bookings Office (Mon - Fri 10;00 to 17:00) on +44 20 3862 5937.

Learning group tickets
£3-£5 per student (groups of 7 or more)

**Concession tickets include seniors (over 60 years), the disabled and companion and job seekers.

To celebrate its 30th birthday, the Design Museum will be offering the first 50 tickets for Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition and David Adjaye: Making Memory for only 30 pence!

COMBINED EXHIBITIONS TICKET

Booking information

Adult £20.70
Student/concession* £15.55
Family 1 (1 adult + 3 children) £34.20
Family 2 (2 adult + 3 children) £48.20
Child £10.35
Become a member for unlimited free entry to all exhibitions.

Voluntary donation: On the next page you will be asked for a voluntary donation of at least 10% on the price of your ticket. As an independent charity, every donation is vital in enabling the museum to stay open for you and achieve its charitable aims.

*Concession tickets include seniors (over 60 years), the disabled and a companion and job seekers.

Last exhibition entry 17:00.

Book to see the upcoming exhibitions, Home Futures and David Adjaye: Making Memory from 2 February until 24 March 2019.

For discounted prices, book a single ticket to see the Home Futures and David Adjaye: Making Memory exhibitions.