Get your code on at London Transport Museum

June 27, 2016

Head down to London Transport Museum (LTM) this Saturday to have a go at coding BBC micro:bits with CoderDojo. You can create your own accessible, digital trail around the museum, and find out how Wayfindr are helping vision impaired people access London.

Date: 2nd July 2016

Time: 11am – 1pm or 2pm – 4pm

Age: 7+

Skill Level: Whilst Python experience would be a definite advantage, it is not essential – there will be plenty of CoderDojo mentors around throughout the day.


No booking required, day time events are drop in and free with your annual London Transport Museum admission ticket (Adults £17, Concessions £14.50, Under 18s free). 

This weekend, as part of London Transport Museum’s Designology pop-up design Studio, Wayfindr, Thomson Reuters, Salesforce, BBC and CoderDojo are coming together to create what promises to be an incredible event. Participants will use BBC micro:bits to create a digital tour of the museum, based on the recently released Wayfindr Open Standard and using sound to ensure it is accessible to vision impaired people.

All equipment will be provided, and with no booking required, it couldn’t be easier to attend! Just turn up at either 11am or 1pm and get your code on. 


Our team combines the digital product and user centred design expertise of ustwo, with the Royal London Society for Blind People’s 175 years of experience working with blind people.