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As #RefugeeWeek2021 draws to a close, we look back at our 2020 5-part series to learn more about refugees in London. Join us as we explore the reshaping of London with influences from across the world - from the 16th century to today. Join us here: bit.ly/2TzDaop
Our new short film 'Eleven', in partnership with @MayorofLondon, is available to watch online or at the museum with a free general admission ticket. Find out more and book your free ticket: bit.ly/3go1H8X twitter.com/Film_London/st…
#FeedingBlack, a brand new, free display, at the Museum of London Docklands will spotlight four African and Caribbean food businesses and their owners, exploring how they are much more than the services and goods they provide. Book your free tickets here: museumoflondon.org.uk/museum-london-…
London has always been a diverse city with the population originating from all over the world. This week, we're celebrating #RefugeeWeek with a launch of Domenico Sergi's book: 'Museums, Refugees and Communities'. Book your ticket today: museumoflondon.org.uk/museum-london/… #BookLaunch
A figurative form at the home of London’s #grassroots game, Hackney Marshes, David Joseph can often be seen with a smile on his face despite some of the responses he receives.​ Book your free general admission ticket to view our short film #Eleven: museumoflondon.org.uk/museum-london/…
Our new short film 'Eleven', in partnership with @MayorofLondon, is available to watch online or at the museum with a free general admission ticket. Find out more and book your free ticket: bit.ly/3go1H8X twitter.com/myclubgroup/st…
Museums, Cities, Cultural Power is next week 🔥 2 days of FREE urgent discussions on the civic, cultural, political & economic agency of museums in our cities, in partnership with @Brunelunii⁩ @MuseumofLondonn⁩ & @UCLurbanlabb⁩. Registersensorysmithfield.comM6
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It's day four of #EURO2020 and while we're enjoying the spectacle, it feels important to reflect on the significance of grassroots football to our beautiful game. The @MuseumofLondon have put together this stunning film doing just that. Check it out via the link below! twitter.com/MuseumofLondon…
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This week is #RefugeeWeek and we have a whole range of in-person and at home walks, talks and tours for you to get stuck into. Discover more about what's on this week here: bit.ly/3vj689b #WeCannotWalkAlone
Today’s the day. At 2pm an entire nation unites to support its team. Cannot wait to cheer them on from Trafalgar Square. Come on England! 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥#EURO2020UjQpU7cr
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#EUROS2020 is finally here! Have you watched our short film, in partnership with the @MayorofLondon, celebrating #grassrootsfootball in London? You can watch #Eleven online or at the Museum by booking your free general admission ticket: museumoflondon.org.uk/museum-london/… #ItsComingHome
Join us next week for the launch of Domenico Sergi's book 'Museums, Refugees and Communities' in real life! Book your ticket online now: bit.ly/3iAeGpI #RefugeeWeek2021 twitter.com/CuratingLondon…
Museum of London, in partnership with @MayorofLondon, has created a short film celebrating #grassrootsfootball in London ahead of the #UEFAEUROS2020. You can watch the film from 11 June 2021 at the Museum by booking your free general admission ticket at: museumoflondon.org.uk/museum-london/…
Did you know #YorkHall, based in #BethnalGreen, was saved from closure in 2004 - saving nearly 80 years of London's sporting history and the international #boxing venue? Built in 1929 and a boxing venue from the 1950's, this venue is at the heart of London's sporting legacy. 🥊o
Did you know Britain hosted the 1908 #Olympics? These exhibit pieces show the brochure & underground map for the Franco-British Exhibition in #ShepherdsBush. Although many of the stations still exist today, it's a very different view of the underground map that we know today.
With the #Euros2021 just around the corner, we look back at football in London. Here we have a #HenryGrant photograph from Alperton School, Wembley in 1980 showing teenage boys during a five-a-side coaching session - showing #football to be at the heart of London.
This 19th century #archery belt was originally owned by Fanny de Neufville Giveen. At the time, archery was a very popular form of exercise and was seen as graceful as well as able to teach dexterity. You can find this item as part of our Pleasure Gardens gallery.
Move aside Oxford and Cambridge! Here we have a coloured lithograph of 'The Final Heat of Champion Prize at the Thames Grand Regatta, Putney, 1848'. Boat races were a very popular pastime for both spectators & competitors during the 19th century - as it remains to this day.
This stunning painting is of the White City Stadium, built as part of the Franco-British exhibition. It boosted an open-air swimming pool and a pitch for football, hockey, rugby and lacrosse. The 1908 #Olympic games were hosted here with 3000 competitors from 21 national teams.
Here we have Museum of London's answer to #CaptainAmerica's shield. Buckler shields were once used for buckler contents in the 16th century. Although popular at the time, buckler contests could get out of hand with unruly crowds. Find out more here: bit.ly/3uzBJ63
This #VolunteerWeek, we want to celebrate all of our wonderful volunteers here at Museum of London! It's beyond true that we couldn't do what we do without them. Thank you to all those who work so hard to make the museum what it is! #ThankYou
It's #HalfTerm and we've got a great family trail for you to enjoy. Come & help Riley Ratcliffe, our furry rodent friend, learn about her ancestors and complete her family tree. Book your free general admission ticket and pick up a trail at our front desk bit.ly/3bCdkGt
Bringing back carnival vibes with this Dub track! Have you seen the #DubLondon display yet? It's packed with collections and histories of Dub culture in London that will have you reminiscing on more than just carnival. See you soon!
Our third episode of #ConservationInTheCity sees Textile Conservator Emily Austin talking us through the final conservation treatments for Russian ballet dancer Anna Pavlova's tutu. Using an ultrasonic humidifier, Emily is able to re-align dress' feathers.
We're thrilled to have acquired @zsllondonzoo's NHS Giraffe House sign for #CollectingCOVID. Installed in April 2020 as a 'thank you' to all @NHSuk staff on the front lines of the pandemic, it quickly became a point of camaraderie for many Londoners over the past year. 📸 : ZSLq
Over 40 London venues - led by @MuseumofLondon - have signed up to the Dementia Friendly Venues Charter. These venues have committed to using clear signage, and running sensory tours, inclusive performances, dedicated relaxed sessions for people with #dementia. @DementiaFriends
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Out now! Our podcast with Director of @MuseumofLondon Sharon Ament. We discuss her passion for sustainability, future plans for the new museum at Smithfield and her love of South East London where she lives #podcast #museums #sustainability #history
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The last leg of our journey along the river Fleet is the Thames. Our Blue Badge Guide Julie takes us to the banks of the Thames by Blackfriars Pier to show us where the Fleet emerges into the river Thames #WednesdayWalks
Calling all teachers! Booking is now open for our summer term schools programme. We've got live streams, 'at your school' sessions and even some exciting schools-only museum visits available for primary and SEND schools. Find out more and book today: bit.ly/2RByDB7
Join Nick Collinson, aka the Urban Rambler, on a walk around Vauxhall and uncover the history of the area as it transformed from a quiet rural village to a pleasure seeker's paradise. Watch the video for a taster of the walk and book your tickets here: bit.ly/3fsHGMB
Just a reminder that if you like videogames and history, my virtual tour of @MuseumofLondon is still available to go on in your own time! I'm obviously biased... but its really good! museumoflondon.org.uk/museum-london/…
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So, what's your favourite Dub track? We can't choose so we've put them all in Spotify playlist, including this one so you can help us out! Comment below the Dub tune that makes you want to move your feet.
Ahoy there landlubbers! We're so excited that our interactive Mudlarks children's gallery is back open after over a year of closure. We have a new soft-play area for crawlers plus our usual soft-play and games. Book your free general admission ticket here: bit.ly/3fhkFMP
Part 3 of London's Lost Rivers is at Holborn Viaduct built in 1860s. Constructed to improve the traffic flow from the City of London, the Viaduct was built over the once running river Fleet and looks over our future home in West Smithfield. Watch here: bit.ly/3ogtc6E
It was great to welcome @citylordmayor, the Lady Mayoress and @City_McGuinness to the museum this morning to see our very first visitors walk through the doors. #LetsdoLondon #CityReopening
We're open! We're so excited to be able to open our doors again to all you lovely Londoners and beyond. We've got 450,000 years of London's history to tell so come and join us and discover something new about the city. Free tickets here: bit.ly/32SBx6Q
As part of my ambition to make London the world’s first dementia-friendly capital city, here at the @MuseumofLondon I’ve launched my Dementia Friendly Venues Charter, which will transform venues for people living with dementia and their carers. #DAW2021
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We were delighted to welcome the @MayorofLondon to the Museum of London this morning to launch the Dementia Friendly Venues Charter. We reopen our doors to the public tomorrow, see you then #LetsDoLondon twitter.com/MayorofLondon/…
There are some fascinating clues about Bronze Age people that we can gather from the #HaveringHoard. For example the weapons found amongst the hoard reveal some of the developing hierarchies, such as the warrior class, within society. Find out more here: bit.ly/3nxTLE4
*JOB ALERT* We're looking for an Event Coordinator to join our dynamic team to focus on delivering outstanding events. Apply here: bit.ly/3uXmqp7
Come and meet the Krios of Sierra Leone in our display at the Museum of London #Docklands. You'll uncover the unique Krios culture and learn about the language, architecture, dress and traditions. Book your free tickets here: bit.ly/3tLqhns
Face masks have now become a very common part of our everyday lives. This face mask was designed to filter out noxious particles in the air and was bought in 1995 when concern about pollution was rising. See the mask by booking tickets to the museum here: bit.ly/32SBx6Q
📢We're hiring a p/t Programme Officer! Come and join our team@MuseumofLondonn. If you get excited telling stories about the great things achieved by#museumss, whether that’s through data or on social media, we'd love to hear from you. �tinyurl.com/28rr66zhhLG
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We're so excited to have been shortlisted for the #MandHAwards in the Pandemic Pivot category. Fingers crossed 🤞�twitter.com/MandHAdvisor/s…HY
Julie is back to take us to our next stop along London's lost river, the Fleet. Our second stop is at The Coach pub in Clerkenwell once called, the Coach and Horses pub. If you listen closely you can hear the Fleet running beneath the streets. Watch here: bit.ly/3nTLR8c
We were delighted to show The Prince of Wales around our beautiful future home in West Smithfield today and share our plans to create a show stopping Museum for London in the coming years @ClarenceHouse @SAVEBrit. More info about our future home here: museum.london
Calling all photography fanatics, we have an online event happening tomorrow evening with photo historian Denis Pellerin. Join us as we take a look at what Victorian London was like through the lens of a stereoscope. Tickets here: bit.ly/3eZGqAs
We’re so excited to support the @MayorofLondon’s new #LetsDoLondon campaign, the capital's biggest ever domestic tourism campaign aimed to kick start London's economy, and support the reopening of the city. Find out more here: bit.ly/3exmvK3
London's always had a battle with air pollution, but there were two times in London's history when the air became not just foul-smelling but deadly: the Great Stink and the Great Smog. Find out more here: bit.ly/3bbVLgd
Can you tell us your favourite dub record? Hard to decide isn't it! Check out this article by curator Cedar Lewisohn as he shares 10 of his favourite Dub records which tell the story of Dub London: bit.ly/2QRR4B9
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