Monday, 30 May 2016
Free: Design Festival on iconic Regent Street on Sunday 3rd of July
London's most famous transport icons will take over Regent Street for a spectacular free festival this summer.
Regent Street will be transformed into a spectacular display of transport designs on Sunday 3 July for a free festival presented by Transport for London (TfL) and London Transport Museum.
Black cabs, tube carriages and buses will be among attractions on display for the event, which will be split into three zones: Past, Present and Future.
"The Transported by Design festival (#tbdfest), supported by Exterion Media, will celebrate the designs that have kept London on the move from Victorian times to the present, and will give visitors a peek at what might come in the future."
The festival will stretch all the way from Piccadilly Circus to Oxford Circus Tube stations and is part of 'Summer Streets', which sees Regent Street go traffic free every Sunday in July
Regent Street will be divided into three zones - Past, Present and Future - and will showcase the best in transport inspired design with a host of activities.
There will also be a host of free family activities and games on offer throughout the day as well as food and drink to keep all visitors well fuelled
Free Transported by Design festival
noon - 6pm,
Sunday 3 July 2016
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