Subscribing to feeds (RSS)
RSS (or Really Simple Syndication) is a system that lets people or computer applications ‘subscribe’ to information distributed by selected websites.
It's great for information that changes often, like news headlines, blogs or event listings, and you can see what's been updated without needing to visit the website first.
As a user, you need to have a feed-reader to view RSS feeds properly. These are built into many browsers (for example Mozilla, Netscape 7 onwards, or Internet Explorer 7 onwards) or you can choose from many stand-alone alternatives.
If you run a website, you can also consume our feeds and present the information in the context of your own site. For more information on RSS, visit the BBC's primer (external link).
At the Museum of London we offer an RSS feed for our event listings (the information that you can find on our events pages), as well as other online activities such as our blogs.
If you have any ideas or requests for the sort of feed you would like to have available, please let us know.