An exceptionally rare porcelain sculpture, made in London in the 1740s, and rediscovered in a French flea market has gone on display in the V&A.
All the news from London’s museums
The old house packed full of curiosities is one of those museums that normally bans photography – but not in the evenings.
A hidden series of tunnels and lift shafts lie out of sight under Piccadilly Circus, and now tours are offered of these hidden spaces.
Sitting near the back of the Science Museum is a full-size model of a spacecraft that’s currently on a journey to Mercury.
More tours of hidden parts of the London Underground have been announced for next year, and they’re adding Morgate to the list of venues.
In the British Museum at the moment is an exhibition about a period of German history that’s both well known, and hardly known at all – the hyperinflation of the world war periods.
The Museum of London is set to move soon from its current home into a cluster of semi-derelict Victorian iron and 1960s concrete buildings.
The V&A’s Museum of Childhood in East London has secured planning permission for a large revamp of the listed building.
A document that is so rare and fragile that it can only be seen for a few weeks each year has gone on display in the British Museum.