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The decision follows the toppling of a statue of Edward Colston by anti-racist protesters in Bristol.
Curators are preparing to tell the story of coronavirus in museums across the country. They have been challenged with finding the items that are of most significance – and help give a sense of what it was like to live through this moment in history. Voices from the Museum Of London, the Wellcome Collection and the Black Cultural Archives tell us more.
The Neolithic discovery was made by a mudlark.
If you're into that kind of thing.
A fatberg that has been on display in the Museum of London has proven so popular that the museum are considering keeping it, rather than just throwing it away.
The burnt and twisted items reveal the devastating power of the fire.
Padlocks, keys, scorched plate and even a waffle iron are among the scorched remnants that have been revealed in a new exhibition
A couple of museums put on adult only nights regularly so you may want to get on the mailing list or check their website on a semi-regular basis. However, sleepovers are rare to come by and most of the sleepover events I see are for kids.
These stunning images from the time of the First World War were taken by Christina Broom, widely regarded as Britain's first
The new Sherlock Holmes exhibition at the Museum of London is an incredibly dynamic, evocative display that brings to life the man and his city. A stunning and diverse range of rarities have been brought together for this show on the world's most popular fictional detective.