Are you more of a Princess Spring Onion or a Lord Leek? Or maybe you're a Dr Rhubarb? Find out in our quiz inspired by a new display.
Moth Physical Theatre tell the story of suffragette Minnie Baldock and trade union leader Ben Tillett and other East Londoners in their puppet show for schools.
Matthew Russell tells us about a dragon smaller than a five pence coin from the collection.
Jackie Keily, curator of Roman and pre-history, tells us about the extinct big beasts of London.
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Take a break with a drink, sandwich, salad or homemade cake in our museum café conveniently located on the entrance level or visit our restaurant next door.
Open daily 10am - 5:30pm
Museum of London Docklands
Choose from a great selection of hot and cold lunches, freshly prepared sandwiches, salads and cakes, plus fair-trade coffees and Twinings teas. Available to eat in or take away. Please note menus are subject to change.
Open Monday – Sunday from 11.00am. Closing times vary, see website
Rum & Sugar’s award-winning Caribbean menu is bursting with flavours and colours. Stop before or after your visit to the museum galleries for a unique moment.