Florence Nightingale Museum

Florence Nightingale Museum
Florence Nightingale Museum map
Address:
Florence Nightingale Museum, St. Thomas’ Hospital, 2 Lambeth Palace Road, Waterloo SE1 7EW
Tel:
0207 188 4400
Web:
florence-nightingale.co.uk

Opening times and price

Opening hours:
10 AM to 5 PM (Mon-Sun); Last entry 30 mins before closing
Ticket cost:
Adults £7.50; Children £3.80 (5-15); Infants free entry (under-5); Family ticket £15.00
Visiting hours and entry charges are subject to change
Time required:
A typical visit to Florence Nightingale Museum lasts 30-45 mins (approx)

Getting to Florence Nightingale Museum

Driving:
Service stations and parking near Florence Nightingale Museum
Taxis:
Minicab firms close to Florence Nightingale Museum
Buses:
12, 53, 76, 77, 148, 159, 211, 341, 363, 381, 543, 507, C10, RV1 – London bus fares
Trains:
Lambeth North BKL, Waterloo BKL JUB NRN W&C, Westminster CRC DSC JUB
The nearest train station to Florence Nightingale Museum is Waterloo
London train fares · Oyster fares · Travelcard fares · Contactless fares
Hotels:
Accommodation near Florence Nightingale Museum
XXXXX Inside the museum

Craig’s London blog> Read Craig’s review of the Florence Nightingale Museum  Check out my London blog for a full review

Good for kids? Value for money? Worth a visit?

The Florence Nightingale Museum is housed inside St. Thomas’s Hospital, a short walk from Westminster Bridge.

Florence is widely regarded as the world’s first professional nurse, and St. Thomas’s is where she founded the first nurses’ training school in 1860.

The exhibit spans her entire life with personal letters, furniture and clothing from her premises – including her stuffed owl Athena. There is also a lot about her work with injured soldiers during the Crimean War, when she persuaded the authorities to set up a field hospital in Turkey. It was during this time that she earned the title lady with the lamp.

 
  • Be the first person to ask a question

> Talk about this attraction

> Craig’s review of Florence Nightingale Museum – “I'm going to see if Florence can do something with my knees. I can't even hobble to a coffee shop this morning so I end up sitting inside the little cafe at St. Thomas's Hospital (that's where the Florence Nightingale Museum is). Lots of glum chats going on in here, lots of depressed relatives staring out the window. One guy is obviously a patient because he's wired u… continued”

If you enjoy this then try: Fleming Museum (catch the tube from Waterloo to Fleming Museum); Hunterian Museum (walk it in 22 mins or catch a train from Waterloo to Hunterian Museum); Old Operating Theatre (walk it in 28 mins or catch a train from Waterloo to Old Operating Theatre) and Science Museum (catch the tube from Waterloo to Science Museum).

Top 10 Most historic sites in London Here are some interesting places if you’re interested in history, from a Roman wall and Norman tower to our 1,000-year-old Westminster Abbey.
Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams Some of the finest designs and dresses by Christian Dior, tracing the impact that his fashion house has made over the last seventy years
Japanese Manga exhibition An exhibition of Japanese manga art exploring its cultural crossover and the global appeal of anime and cosplay dressing up
Rembrandt: Thinking On Paper An exhibition of 65 rarely seen Rembrandt prints and drawings to mark the 350th anniversary of the Dutch Master's death
Review Sir John Soane's Museum Whenever I visit Sir John Soane's Museum I'm always reminded of those old cop show episodes where they beat on a front door and get no answer, so they shoulder-barge it open and find a skysc…
Review Design Museum I'll be honest: I didn't much like the old Design Museum when they had it by Butler's Wharf, but at least it had one good thing going for it: a great view of Tower Bridge. But now they've sh…
Copyright © 2019 London Drum · Contact us · Cookies / Privacy policy · Search / Site map
London city guide