If you're sans children you may have thought the London Transport Museum was just for parents entertaining their offspring at half term, or for tourists.
My first visit to the museum - childless and adult plenty - was shamefully in my 10th year of living in London and I have to say I was really quite amazed at the array of stimuli for adults just as much as for children.
This year the museum depot - "a working museum store housing over 370,000 objects" - is offering "behind the scenes tours" and "art and poster tours" on various Saturdays between June and November.
I get the feeling the depot is like an Aladdin's cave of art, design heritage and transport heritage and most definitely appropriate for even the most grownup of adults.
And once you're finished, the museum shop has some seriously cracking "best of British" home wears and gifts. I especially love the retro items styled in tube seat fabrics - a love / hate relationship if ever I saw one!