The Museum of Homelessness crew bring you Secret Museum – a special hidden museum that will tell you stories of homelessness, once you find it.
Opening 27th October 2021 for 11 days only, in a hidden central London location, we are making a secret Museum. In the museum will be objects and stories from activists, community organisers and people who live at the sharp edge of inequality.
To hear these precious stories, you will need to find us! We’ll leave a trail of clues for you in the streets of London and on the way to the museum you will find beautiful surprises.
Secret Museum is an invitation into a world of solidarity and underground organising, where the collective aim during 2020 was to save lives and uphold people’s human rights.
Secret Museum will go beyond the headlines of 2020, and reveal to you what really happened to people on the margins in the pandemic. By visiting us and carrying the truth with you afterwards, you will help us ensure history is not written just by the powerful.
Secret Museum is funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.
Secret Museum is FREE! You can find out much more and book tickets here. The Secret Museum involves an outdoor part of the experience and an indoor part. The indoor venue has accessible toilets and a zero alcohol bar.
The outdoor experience will last about 30 minutes and involves an approx. 0.8 km walk. The route is wheelchair accessible. The whole experience is about an 90 minutes, please make sure you wrap up warm.
During half term we have a version of Secret Museum that is perfect for children age 6+ and their significant adults. Book these tickets here.
BSL interpreted events will take place on Wednesday 3rd November at 7pm and Saturday 6th November at 12noon and 2pm.