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.
As we approach the 150th anniversary of one of London's worst ice-skating disasters, the Museum of London has looked back at the history of the recreational sport.
In 1984, the Museum of London installed twenty-one ceramic plaques around the City of London marking the line of the Roman wall, but in 2016, how many of them remain?
The Museum of London has recently acquired a mysterious and highly unusual piece of manuscript evidence believed to be direct reportage from a House of Commons committee investigating the causes of the Great Fire.
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.
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.
The Museum of London is moving soon to a new home, in the old Smithfield market buildings, and the winning design for the new building design includes a giant British Library style dome.
A sixth of London's population made homeless, emergency camps erected in the fields, proclamations offering assistance to the destitute.
It may not look like much, but an old barrel and a pump are in fact the remains of a nearly 350 year old fire engine, and they have now been restored ahead of an exhibition about the Great Fire of London.
The Museum of London is planning to move, and has put up a display of some of the designs being considered for its new home.
A display of images that capture London's eclectic social scene in the late 1970s and early 1980s has gone on show at the Museum of London.
Just in time for Easter, volunteers at the Museum of London's Archaeological Archive have unearthed a rare example of Christian symbolism from Roman Britain.
The venerable London Stone, of historic and mysterious antiquity, totemic protector of the City, and current resident of a branch of WH Smiths is to be moved to the Museum of London.
A rare survivor of London's historic docks will be celebrated by a new gallery opening at the Museum of London Docklands in a couple of weeks time -- the first part of a redevelopment of the Museum's galleries.
From royal hobby, through anarchism and violence, and now hipster cool, tattooing has had a rather curious history
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