Fashion and Textile Museum

Museums , Fashion and costume London Bridge
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Fashion and Textile Museum

Founded by Zandra Rhodes in 2003, this centre for contemporary fashion, textiles and jewellery is now operated by Newham College and offers courses for creative students and businesses, as well as a programme of changing exhibitions. There's an admission charge for exhibitions, but entry to the café and shop is free, as is admiring the converted warehouse's colourful exterior. Last admission is 45 minutes before closing.

Venue name: Fashion and Textile Museum
Address: 83 Bermondsey St
Opening hours: Tue-Sat 11am-6pm, Thurs 11am-8pm, Sun 11am-5pm
Transport: Tube: Borough or London Bridge
Price: £8.80, £6.60 concs, £5.50 students, £4.40 Art Fund, under-12s free
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  • Exhibitions Until Sunday January 15 2017
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Charlotte G

Saw the Missoni exhibition here - beautifully curated and a great tour brought the collection to life

Marco D

I thoroughly enjoyed my visits to the Fashion and Textile Museum. I have been to see the 'Liberty In Fashion' exhibition and also the 'Missoni Art Colour'. It was a blast, art, fashion and textile are very much infused together with such exuberance displayed in the museum. The entrance for me caught my eye instantly. The intricate patterns beautifully placed across the floor is incredible. It's located in a very stylish area of London and not very difficult to find. I loved how it was small but very spacious, with it's adorable museum shop. A must go museum for all fashion lovers and everyone else who appreciates the art and hardwork behind these pieces. They have a beautiful open spaced cafe and I managed to get the 2for1 ticket offers which was a bonus. #TOTastemaker Lots of love MD.

Laura J

I very much enjoyed my visit to this quaint and friendly museum. I saw the 'Picasso to Warhol in textiles' exhibition which was executed beautifully with  trad jazz playing appropriately in the background. If you have an interest in pattern and design and how art and fashion can cross over brilliantly then go see this lovely exhibition. Also as I had travelled by train I showed my ticket at reception and printed out a coupon from the 2for1 for london website and got a buy one get one free ticket for me and my daughter.