Fashion and Textile Museum

The museum is a creative hub dedicated to fashion, textile design and jewellery.

Founded by legendary British fashion designer Zandra Rhodes, the museum is dedicated to showcasing the best in fashion – from vintage artefacts to cutting-edge contemporary designs. It is housed in a building as eclectic as its range of exhibitions; the distinctive orange structure is the creation of Mexican architect Ricardo Legorreta.

The museum is a hub of learning, ideas and networking for the fashion and jewellery industry. As well as its exhibition programme, it aims inspire the next generation through a diverse range of practical courses, operated by Newham College.

Visitor information

The museum's teapod cafe offers a range of loose leaf teas and coffees, as well as a menu that includes pancakes, soups, curries and stews, freshly made sandwiches and 'the best Devon cream tea in London'. You can get 10% off purchases with your National Art Pass.

Please note: the museum is closed in between exhibitions.


Venue details

Fashion and Textile Museum 83 Bermondsey Street London SE1 3XF 020 7407 8664 www.ftmlondon.org

Entry details

£4.40 with National Art Pass (standard entry £8.80)

Please note: It is not possible to book tickets with a National Art Pass in advance, but tickets can be reserved by calling the museum on 020 7407 8664.

 

Tue – Sat, 11am – 6pm
Sun, 11am – 5pm
Thu late until 8pm
Closed Mondays
Closed 24 – 26 Dec and 1 Jan
Check website for exhibition dates

Member offers

10% off café purchases

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