Barbie exhibition London: Tickets, opening times and nearest tube stop

A Barbie exhibition is set to open in London this summer.
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London is set to have another Barbietastic summer thanks to a new themed exhibition

Barbie well and truly took over the capital last year as the doll-themed flick starring Margot Robbie premiered in London's Leicester Square and even turned some of the city's landmarks pink.

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Over the summer months the franchise will return to London in celebration of 65 years of the Barbie brand with a themed exhibition. 

Showcasing the brand's start and how it became a beloved childhood staple, the display will feature some of its most famous dolls and Dream Houses over the years.

Barbie fans wanting to visit the archive collection in London, here's everything you need to know.

Where is the London Barbie exhibition? Nearest tube station to the display

The Barbie-themed exhibition will be displayed at the London Design Museum in Kensington. 

Address: 224-238 Kensington High St, London W8 6AG

Nearest Tube station: Kensington

When will the London Barbie exhibition open, and how long will it be on display?

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The exhibition will take over the Design Museum for almost seven months starting this summer on July 5. It will wrap up its stint at the venue on February 23 next year.

Full opening times for the London Barbie exhibition

The exhibition will be available to visit between the following times during its run at the Design Museum:

  • Monday - 10am - 5pm
  • Tuesday - 10am - 5pm
  • Wednesday - 10am - 5pm
  • Thursday - 10am - 5pm
  • Friday - 10am - 6pm
  • Saturday - 10am - 9pm
  • Sunday - 10am - 6pm

Do I need a ticket for the London Barbie exhibition?

Yes, the exhibition is a ticketed event with Barbie fans able to get passes via the Design Museum webiste. Adult tickets start from £14.38, while passes for children aged between 6 and 15 will start from £7.19. Members of the Design Museum will be able to visit the exhibition for free.

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