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Here are 29 things you (probably) didn’t know about the British Museum ow.ly/iXti3080X6W
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Here are 29 things you (probably) didn’t know about the British Museum ow.ly/iXti3080X6W
See wonderful examples of Italian and Scandinavian design on display until 22 January ow.ly/nONU307VCW7
‘Hokusai: beyond the Great Wave’ opens 25 May 2017 🌊 Book your tickets now:ow.ly/9tap307R2UuI6
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‘Hokusai: beyond the Great Wave’ opens 25 May 2017 🌊 Book your tickets now:ow.ly/9tap307R2UuI6
The exhibition will also provide a fascinating insight into #Hokusai’s personal and spiritual beliefs
Wave goodbye to your #JanuaryBlues! Tomorrow we’ll be announcing a very special exhibition…
Three of the new, special @RoyalMailStamps celebrate objects on display @britishmuseum Rooms 50 & 51
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Our curators discuss why the current #SouthAfricanArt exhibition is so special: youtube.com/watch?v=-b_Mnh…
There’s up to £75 off selected #jewellery in our online shop! Browse the sale: ow.ly/ldUf307GybI #JanuarySale
Wander among treasures from civilizations past with our Museum View @britishmuseum goo.gl/aPyPhl
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Start the New Year in style with seasonal discounts across our online shop. Sale now on: ow.ly/CtVB307ymSi
Happy #Christmas! Isn’t this a jolly looking snowman? He was etched by Horace Devitt Welsh in 1922
This bear looks like it’s having fun in a snow-covered scene from Japan. Is it snowy where you are?
This #MysteryObject shows Christ holding a book. What do you think it was used for?
Here are Venus and her doves in a starry sky for the @NationalGallery’s #ArtStarTrail
‘To be fond of dancing was a certain step towards falling in love’ – Jane Austen, born #onthisday in 1775
We’re delighted to launch two new #podcasts! Have a listen and let us know what you think soundcloud.com/britishmuseum
Can you guess what this #MysteryObject was used for? Hint: it’s 19cm tall
Watch artist Lionel Davis talk about his powerful work as part of our #SouthAfricanArt exhibition youtube.com/watch?v=kHdAo3…
Architect Sydney Smirke died #onthisday in 1877. He designed the round Reading Room in the centre of the Great Court
Can you guess what this #MysteryObject was used for? Hint: it’s about 44cm long
Georges Seurat was born #onthisday in 1859. These are preparatory sketches for his famous painting ‘La Grande Jatte’
It’s #StAndrewsDay – here’s Raphael’s drawing of the patron saint of Scotland. He was one of Jesus’s 12 Apostles
What do you think this #MysteryObject was used for?
 
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