It was supposed to happen last weekend, but didn't. It was supposed to happen yesterday, but didn't. It is supposed to happen next weekend, but wont.
A modest, but historically fascinating view of an often unseen aspect of WW1 has gone on display in the sumptuous Maughan Library.
Charles Dickens was a famous author who lived in a house in London for a while. The house is now a museum. Have you been?
A new museum has opened in the City of London that tells the long often curious history of their own private police force.
Never has a database ever looked so beautiful. If the IMDB website were ever to be printed out on old computer punch cards, this is what it would look like.
Next weekend will be the first chance to see the UK's AIDS Memorial Quilt as it goes on display for the first time in 20 years.
A collection of original illustrations by Thomas the Tank Engine artist, John Kenney, have gone on display at the Charles Dickens museum, to celebrate the life of the novelist.
If you want to give something this Christmas that your recipient can use all year round, rather than socks and fragrances... give them a membership pack for a museum they like to visit.
If you were to walk up the spiral staircase to St Paul Cathedral's famous whispering gallery, you might notice locked doors leading to hidden places, and behind one of them lurks a marvel.
Down in the basement can be found a mock-up of a strange place, of unusual decorations and motifs, of rebellion and solitude, of the teenager.
How to make a person feel old -- tell them that what they did as an act of youthful rebellion is now in a museum as a treasured artifact.
Boardgames are one of the rites of passage of aging, from simple games played a young children, through to drunken nights with friends after work. And any such product eventually ends up in a museum, with a display.
There's a basement behind a gated entrance in plain sight but hidden from view in central London which conceals a surprisingly large museum.
Part of a busy pedestrian route near Waterloo station is about to be partially sealed off -- for a PR stunt.
An exhibition of some of the finds from one of the largest archaeological sites ever dug in London has gone on display in the Museum of London.
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