In a secure container, within a locked vault, the notorious Whitechapel fatberg continues to evolve and change.
This is a piece of art outside the Museum of London that shows a horse surrounded by two discs, unsurprisingly, called Union - Horse with Two Discs.
Founded in 1552 for the education of poor children, the pupils of Christ’s Hospital have since become far more famous for their distinctive blue uniform.
This week marks the final chance to see the Museum of London’s infamous chunk of Fatberg, before it goes off of display on Sunday 1st July.
A room full of disembodied voices speaking robotically from glowing mouths as antenna-lights flicker with their voices.
A series of images are on display at the Museum of London, offering a futurist look at what a possible, or in at least one case, utterly impossible, future for London might look like.
Next weekend there's free interactive art thing happening, and its set among the Barbican Highwalks, that optimistic, or infuriatingly complex, set of elevated pedestrian passages in the City of London.
A lump of congealed human waste seems an unusual object for a museum, let alone one to cause so much... is excitement the correct word?
If you've ever wanted to see a congealed mass of babies nappies, cooking fat and domestic waste, next year is your chance, as chunk of the notorious fatberg that clogged up the sewers under Whitechapel is to go on display at the Museum of London.
Money is changing - the rise of cryptocurrencies, quantitative easing, and people scouring around for old pound coins, so an exhibition has opened that looks at the nature of alternative currencies.
The Museum of London has opened a new exhibition looking less at historic object than at a period of human migration - the rise of the city and how the information age is changing the cities of the future.
The London Blitz beginning in 1940 has been described as the second Great Fire of London and large swathes of the city were destroyed.
When you're a museum in need of some extra space, and maybe a more visible presence in the area, what could be better than a massive and very tall glass tower on your doorstep?
The Museum of London says that it has secured £180 million, of the estimated £250 million needed to develop its new site next to Smithfield meat market.
The Museum of London has opened a new display which shows off finds from the lost Walbrook valley and beyond and represents over 170 years of excavation in London.
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