Florence Nightingale Museum

Florence Nightingale Museum

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Buy your tickets to the Florence Nightingale Museum in London for a fascinating and educational day out for the family. At just £6 for children and £30 for a family ticket for two adults and up to four children!

In just a few taps, book your tickets online and receive them by email and text. And that's it! Then you can look forward to a fun and fascinating day out in London for the family. 

Explore the history of Florence Nightingale on this historic day out in London

The Florence Nightingale Museum is a captivating tribute to the renowned figure who shaped the nursing profession as we know it today. Explore the life and accomplishments of Florence Nightingale, a trailblazing woman who defied societal norms and left a lasting impact on healthcare.

Her fascinating life is filled with intriguing details, like her ownership of over 60 cats and her beloved pet owl named Athena. Ever wondered why she was called Florence? Discover the answer at the museum.

Discover the life of a healthcare pioneer at the Florence Nightingale Museum

Step into the world of this remarkable Victorian woman and learn about her affluent childhood, her courageous fight against her parents' wishes to pursue nursing, and her influential work during the Crimean War. 

Don't miss the opportunity to see the iconic lamp that earned Florence Nightingale the nickname "The Lady With The Lamp." 

Her legacy shines bright, and her story is an inspiration for all who seek to make a difference in the world of healthcare, so see her legacy come to life at the Florence Nightingale Museum today! 

Buy your tickets to the Florence Nightingale Museum in London for an educational day out today

2 Lambeth Palace Rd,
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How to find us

The Museum is a short walk from Waterloo tube/station and Westminster tube. It can be found in the grounds of St Thomas’ Hospital (on the corner of Westminster Bridge and Lambeth Palace Road) and you can reach the site via the pavement to the hospital car park level.

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Is the Florence Nightingale Museum disabled-friendly?

  • The Museum is fully accessible for wheelchair users and has a wheelchair accessible toilet. Guide dogs, and assistance dogs are welcome in all areas of the museum. Large print of highlights of the collection is available on request.

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