Lost plastic toys, medieval toilets, swords, pots, modern relics, giant crosses, bones, skulls, and books galore — all highlight how the rivers of London have captured our imagination and preserved our history.
Monopoly is the famous money obsessed board game, but an exhibition now open looks at the much wider appearance of money in games, boards and otherwise.
The Charles Dickens Museum has put on one of its occasional exhibitions, this time looking at the man’s international fame and impact.
At a time when humans are still struggling to define intelligence in machines, an exhibition about the same could be heading into controversial territory.
High up above the Nave of Westminster Abbey is a new exhibition space, with incidentally, what has often been described at the “the best view in Europe”.
A modest sized, but informative exhibition looks at 20th century efforts to prevent war, and the protests that the campaigns engendered.
Up high in the imposing Senate House in Bloomsbury, a magical exhibition of conjuring history has recently opened.
A little known heritage museum for the Metropolitan Police has had a revamp of its display to highlight 100 years of women in London’s police force.
A tantalizing preview of a huge collection of ocean liner documents has gone on display in the Guildhall Library in the City of London.
An exhibition of old books has gone on display in Covent Garden that seeks to explain the often cryptic messages hidden within their illustrations.
For a few weeks, there’s an exhibition about what lies beneath the skin of the average human being.
The Wellcome Collection’s “Medicine Now” exhibition is a permanent display, that’s closing in April. So you have just a few weeks left to visit it.