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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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.
24 May - 27 October 2019
Discover the secrets of London's historic waterways and the art they have inspired at our major exhibition.
27 September 2019 - 27 September 2020
A new display exploring the unique and largely untold history, heritage and culture of the Krio people of Sierra Leone.