All the news from London’s museums
The Museum of London has created a new page on their website, bringing together 26 short videos all about London fashion.
A couple of years ago, a prophetic exhibition about pandemics was held at the Museum of London, and now they’ve put it online.
On the eve of the 75th anniversary of VE Day, the Museum of London Docklands has released some photos from its archive that show the devastating impact of WW2 on the area.
Images have been released showing the proposed new home for the Museum of London in Smithfield, near Farringdon station.
The British Museum has revamped its online collections database, making over 1.9 million photos of its collection available for free online under a Creative Commons license.
The Museum of London is seeking to collect both objects and first-hand experiences to reflect Londoners’ lives during these dark days, in order to keep a record and to ensure future generations
This is a limited edition coffee table from the London Transport Museum which will be going on sale in July, although you can pre-order it now.
The London Transport Museum’s overflow depot in Acton is only open a few weekends each year – but with the lockdown in place – they’re going online instead.
While the Postal Museum is closed to the public, they’ve put a video of a trip down the mail rail tunnels on their website.
The London Transport Museum has released a new range of kitchenware based on its classic sporting posters, ianVisits is offering a 20% discount.
The Natural History Museum has shown off plans to revamp the space in front of the museum, including putting a dinosaur in the garden.
If you were to wander though the Natural History Museum shop (currently closed of course), then you might spy some really quite astonishing 3D pictures.
Hanging from a wall in the V&A is a grandly decorated frontage from an old house – just the frontage floating eerily in the void.
The UK’s only known example of a late Medieval jewelled cluster brooch, discovered by a metal detectorist in 2017 has gone on display in the V&A Museum.
Museums can’t afford to ignore anniversaries, so in this the 200th anniversary of the Lady with the Lamp’s birth, the Florence Nightingale Museum has assembled 200 objects that signify her life and legacy.
A corridor in the V&A museum has been filled with photos and drawings from the golden age of lidos and swimming pools.
It’s the London Transport Museum’s 40th birthday, and their monthly late night opening will be free of charge this month only.
A room in the V&A at the moment contains a decaying replica of one of the most famous interior designs of the late 19th century.
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