Bloomberg Connects App Design Museum Guide

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Explore the Design Museum with our digital guide on Bloomberg Connects, the free arts and culture app.

What to expect

Discover the fascinating stories behind the Design Museum’s exhibitions, delve into the museum’s unique history and the legacy of founder, Sir Terence Conran, or hear from world-renowned designers including Stella McCartney and Sir David Adjaye in conversation with the Design Museum Director, Tim Marlow.

Put your headphones on and enjoy a walkthrough of Football: Designing the Beautiful Game with Gary Lineker, and look out for his favourite picks from the exhibition.

Hear from James Taylor-Foster, curator of WEIRD SENSATION FEELS GOOD: THE WORLD OF ASMR in our video produced in collaboration with Dezeen and find our 10 unmissable objects around the exhibition.

Once in the app, search for or scroll to the Design Museum to start planning your visit - and don’t forget to bring your headphones!

Download the guide

You can download the Bloomberg Connects App on your phone's App store and Google Play, either before your visit or via the Design Museum's free Wi-Fi.

Our staff are always happy to help you out - simply ask one of our front of house members.

Please remember to bring your own headphones on your visit in order to use the audio guide.

Football: Designing the Beautiful Game

Fanatical fan, side-line supporter or sporting sceptic, discover the remarkable design stories behind the world's beautiful game.

WEIRD SENSATION FEELS GOOD: The World of ASMR

Step out from behind your screen and experience the world of ASMR in a shared space.

Bethany Williams: Alternative Systems

Celebrate the work of designer Bethany Williams with this free exhibition embracing the discussion of social and environmental issues.

About

The Bloomberg Connects App

The Bloomberg Connects app is a free digital guide to cultural organisations around the world that makes it easy to access and engage with arts and culture from mobile devices, anytime, anywhere. Explore collections from botanical gardens, performance venues, outdoor sculpture parks and museums around the world.