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#onthisday in 1154: Henry II was crowned King of England at Westminster Abbey ow.ly/FLXd7 pic.twitter.com/rW7j99ANFS
Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb, set and filmed here, is now in cinemas across the UK! #NightAtTheMuseum
This is Room 91, the next gallery in our #MuseumOfTheFuture series. It's used for temporary exhibitions, usually from the Department of Asia. At the moment you can see the exhibition Pilgrims, healers and wizards: Buddhism and religious practices in Burma and Thailand (until 11 January 2015).
Inspired by #NightAtTheMuseum? Discover the real Museum objects & what was computer-generated ow.ly/GacFe pic.twitter.com/7t27TqAGO7
Find out what it was like behind the scenes in this new blog post #NightAtTheMuseum ow.ly/Ga1RC pic.twitter.com/Dj7NExpLtF
Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb, set and filmed here, is now in cinemas across the UK! ow.ly/G3xz1 pic.twitter.com/0xdQTUgqpO
Here’s some #mistletoe from today's #BMAdventCalendar – fancy a kiss?
Ch-ch-ch-change is good: new blog post about #Bowie on a banknote in the Citi Money Gallery ow.ly/G7LuP pic.twitter.com/qsxWoVj5GB
Miss Piggy & Kermit the Frog are celebrating #Christmas on this 1981 badge #BMAdventCalendar #muppets
One people, many sausages: discover German traditions of beer and sausages! #MemoriesOfANation ow.ly/G6yN0 pic.twitter.com/BKBi7KNSSq
Born #onthisday in 1879: Swiss artist Paul Klee. See this Bauhaus print in #MemoriesOfANation ow.ly/G6p17 pic.twitter.com/tWt1rrdrku
Miss Piggy & Kermit the Frog are celebrating #Christmas on this 1981 badge ow.ly/EA0LE #BMAdventCalendar pic.twitter.com/sdKPPSe02i
Keep the kids busy over the holidays with our #SamsungCentre workshops on German street art! ow.ly/FgW8L pic.twitter.com/mYfaExC0gq
The newly refurbished Korea Foundation Gallery is now open! Discover over 1,500 years of Korean history
This dramatic woodcut is another highlight from our Room 90 exhibition #WitchesAndWickedBodies ow.ly/G3iIV pic.twitter.com/pWWnuo7OLM
#onthisday in 1600: Henri IV of France married Marie de Medici ow.ly/FLVPT pic.twitter.com/mNFlDJ9tZv
The new Korea Foundation Gallery: learn more from Curator @saschapriewe in this blog post ow.ly/FZIj8 pic.twitter.com/uKlLRrXwKe
The newly refurbished Korea Gallery is now open! Discover over 1,500 years of Korean history ow.ly/FYN5v pic.twitter.com/vOM9v7v04S
A Japanese print by Morikawa Sobun of deer and pine in the snow #BMAdventCalendar ow.ly/ErWr7 pic.twitter.com/Ss7Y4nIOtj
Happy #Hanukkah! This Judaean copper-alloy coin from 40–37 BC features a menorah ow.ly/reM3c pic.twitter.com/IeCRqxXRd3
Old hat at #MysteryObject? It’s a hat top ornament – the largest example ever discovered! #Ming50Years pic.twitter.com/g33PRxQ2rM
Author Jane Austen was born #onthisday in 1775. Here’s an illustration of Pride and Prejudice ow.ly/FLVu5 pic.twitter.com/ZD4331kf0A
It’s time for this week’s #MysteryObject! Hint: this one is inspired by #Ming50Yearspic.twitter.com/zNdB8od0y0