The health and safety of our visitors and staff remains our highest priority. As London moves into Tier 3 restrictions, the V&A will close its doors on Wednesday 16 December. We will be in touch with paid ticket holders as soon as we can.
2020 has been a difficult year for us all and it is, of course, a sad moment when we close our doors. However, the health and safety of our visitors and staff remains our highest priority. We must take the relevant steps to ensure the museum can remain a relaxed, inspiring and safe place for all.
We will be contacting all paid ticket holders with their options, and will update our website with the latest information and advice. Visitors will have the chance to retain their tickets for an alternative date when we reopen as well as the option to donate the value of their ticket to support the museum or a full refund.
Support for the V&A is now more important than ever. As a charity, your donations enable our world-leading exhibitions and events as well as the care for the museum’s collection, which is enjoyed by millions for free each year.
We would like to thank all of our members, donors and followers for their ongoing support, contributions and kind messages during these difficult times. Your ongoing support is vital, and makes the work of the museum possible.
During this time, we will work on our preparations for reopening, updating our safety measures and progressing the planning of our future exhibitions, ready for your return.
This post was updated on 14 December 2020 to reflect new guidance from Government