Created in Finland, the Moomin stories are set in the fictional land of Moominvalley and centre around several oddly-shaped characters, including Moominpappa, Moominmamma, little Moomintroll and their friends.
Join us on an enthralling journey through our wondrous Moominland – clamber through forests, huddle in caves or set sail on the high seas to try and find the Moomin family. Along the way you can learn how Tove Jansson created these unique landscapes, characters and stories, while uncovering some special original drawings.
Tours run approximately 50 minutes. You can only enter the exhibition at the time on your ticket and latecomers are not admitted. There must be a minimum of one adult for every three children and buggies and large bags are not permitted.
For directions to Adventures in Moominland, please download this PDF map.
Supporter tickets are 10% more than the standard admission charge and can be treated as donations to Southbank Centre. If you are a UK taxpayer you can Gift Aid all your donation to Southbank Centre by completing/making a Gift Aid declaration. If you buy a concession ticket because you are a full time student or you are in receipt of state benefits, you should not make a Gift Aid declaration if you don't pay tax on your income.
You can buy the Moomin Colouring Book for 20% off when you buy a ticket.
For ages 7+. Not suitable for younger children (including toddlers and babes in arms)
The exhibition is wheelchair accessible but only wheelchairs less than 80cm wide can fit and motorised wheelchairs do not work on the uneven surfaces. Southbank Centre wheelchairs are available for use if your wheelchair is too wide or motorised. If you wish to borrow one, please arrive at least 15 minutes ahead of your tour. We recommend that you attend with a companion who can assist you. For further information please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Autism-friendly tours are designed to suit those on the autistic spectrum, those who make involuntary noises, or anyone who would benefit from a more informal environment.
Pick up a visual guide at the exhibition or download it in advance of your trip here.