Educational visit - Booking Form
If you would like to plan and book an educational visit to the Migration Museum with your students (from Year 6 and up) please complete this online booking form, this helps us manage enquiries. We will contact you within 2 working days to check details and let you know whether we have capacity to accommodate your booking.
Educational visits to the Migration Museum can either be facilitated with a workshop or self-directed. Please specify which type of visit you would like. Facilitated workshops are available for up to 30 students.
As a small charitable organisation we rely on donations to continue our work. Where possible we charge for educational workshops, the standard fee for a two-hour facilitated session is £200, but this is negotiable depending on the budget of your organisation.
The Migration Museum is located in Lewisham Shopping Centre, SE13 7HB, we are open Wednesday - Sunday, 11am - 5pm for self-directed visits, or available for educational workshops Wednesday - Friday at 10am or 12pm. For more information please contact our Education Manager, Liberty Melly at
Type of organisation
Sixth form or College
Study abroad group
Lead Contact Name
Lead contact email
Lead Contact Telephone Number
Number of students in group
Do any of your group have accessibility requirements?
What type of educational visit would you like?
Self-directed (Weds-Sun, 11am-5pm)
Facilitated workshop (Weds-Fri, at 10am or 12pm)
We are open Wednesday-Sunday, 11am - 5pm for self-directed visits, or available for facilitated workshops Wednesday-Friday at 10am or 12pm. Please provide the date you hope to visit:
Please provide the time you plan to visit the Migration Museum:
How did you hear about the Migration Museum?
Word of mouth
Migration Museum website
Walked past the Migration Museum
Please outline the learning objectives of your visit
Do you have any additional questions or is there anything else you would like us to know?
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This form was created inside of Migration Museum Project.