The museum is currently open on Fridays, 11am - 6pm.
The Museum is open to members of the public, schools and educational groups, free of charge. Our galleries are staffed by Gallery Assistants who are students at the Academy, and also some volunteers. They are on hand to answer any questions you may have.
We look forward to welcoming you.
Please note that when events, classes and installations are taking place in the Museum, access to some of the galleries might be reduced. If you are planning a visit to see a particular gallery, please contact us in advance to check whether it will be fully accessible.
Royal Academy of Music Museum
To ensure the best service, please use these contact details rather than contacting staff directly.
Step-free access is available into the Museum from the eastern side of York Gate. Please push the bell at the side of the entrance for access.
There is a different gallery on the ground floor. first floor and second floor. All are accessible by lift.
There are accessible toilets on the Museum’s first and second floors, near the lift.
Step free access information to the Academy as a whole can be found in our access section.
The museum has toilet facilities.
It does not does not have a lunch room or cloakroom.
The Academy cafeteria is located in the main Academy building, but is mainly for students and is only open during term time. It is not suitable for school groups or large groups. There are many cafes and restaurants on Baker Street or Marylebone High Street, both of which are a short walk from the Museum. Regent’s Park, just around the corner, can be a good spot for a picnic lunch in the warmer months.
The closest Tube stations are Regent’s Park and Baker Street. Bus numbers 27, 30, 88, 205 and 253 stop almost directly outside the Academy.
If arriving by coach or minibus, please use the private road in front of the main Academy building’s entrance to drop off visitors. There is no parking available on site for coaches or other vehicles.