Experience the excitement and uncertainty of Benjamin Franklin’s London years in the very rooms where world-changing dramas unfolded. His only remaining residence anywhere in the world houses a dynamic ‘museum as theatre’ reviving the Age Of Enlightenment to thrilling effect. A towering historical figure, Franklin was a scientist, diplomat, philosopher, inventor, musician, Founding Father of the United States and more. Discover how his myriad interests still have an impact on the science and technology of today.
Opening Times: 10:30-17:00
Box office 10:30-17:00, entry to the House is by show our tour only, at the following times: 12pm, 1pm, 2pm, 3:15pm and 4:15pm.
Booking not required
Bond in Motion at the London Film Museum would like to offer Northbank Privilege Card holders a discounted ticket and free audio guide (usually £5) on presentation of your card. Tickets discounted from £14.50 to £12.50 for adults, and from £9.50 to £8.50 for children/concessions. Bond in Motion is the official exhibition of James Bond […]
ESPA Life at Corinthia would like to offer Northbank Privilege Card Holders a 10% off on Spa treatments, nail salon and Daniel Galvin hair appointments Monday-Thursday.
Covent Garden Physio would like to offer Northbank Privilege Card Holders 10% discount on physio and sports massage appointments on Wednesdays. As well as physio we offer sports massage and Pilates. Our aim is to:- * Restore pain free movement and full function as soon as possible * Help you reach your full potential with […]
Please note: while the Courtauld is shut for refurbishment, the Courtauld Friends Membership still works for offers at Somerset House and more, find out more at the Courtauld Membership webpage.