The new museum coming in 2026 will be situated at the heart of the capital’s historic Smithfield area next to Farringdon.
Until then, the fun continues at our Docklands museum!
From the 1940s onwards, many London-based fashion makers struggled to retain their base in the capital. Here’s why.
Moss Bros, one of the longest-surviving Jewish-founded firms in London fashion, has achieved longevity by embracing change. Here’s how.
All you need to know about glove-wearing while handling objects at the Museum of London.
What makes this rare sculpture by artist Daphne Hardy Henrion that has survived from the 1951 Festival of Britain special?
Below are some of the projects the Museum of London is working on to enhance our collections.
Curating London is a 4-year Art Council England-funded contemporary collecting programme which places Londoners’ lived experience at the heart of what we do.
Listening to London is a community-led research project, making space for new voices and interpretations of our Oral History collection.
The Museum of London is collecting both physical and digital objects to reflect the experiences of Londoners during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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