The Museum of London documents the history of London from prehistoric to modern times. The museum is located on London Wall, close to the Barbican Centre.
The Museum of London Docklands is a museum on the Isle of Dogs, east London that tells the history of London's River Thames and the growth of Docklands.
In 1918, women won the right to vote for the first time. What happened next?
A video of the festive song Twelve Days of Fatberg recorded by the London Gay Men's Chorus.
2 min watch
Why did the Thames freeze for hundreds of years, and how did Londoners celebrate Frost Fairs?
Where is the Museum of London keeping the world's most famous fatberg? Find out we're preparing samples of the Whitechapel fatberg for our permanent collection.
Explore the stories of the world's greatest city and uncover the hidden treasures of our collections.
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Find exclusive and unique gifts from our collections and exhibition related products
We have a range of books on offer telling the stories of London, from our publications to those published by other significant historical figures
The Museum of London Docklands has a variety of smaller display areas and the large Ellmers Gallery, housed in our grade 1 listed Georgian warehouse.
15 September 2018 - 15 September 2019
By exploring the life of slave-owner and art collector George Hibbert, this challenging display investigates the role of Western culture in disseminating perception of African civilisation as inferior, which ultimately perpetuated the slave trade.
Opening 24 May 2019
Discover the secrets of London's historic waterways and the art they have inspired at our next major exhibition.