Dive into our photography collections in search of the dub reggae icons of London.
Listen to early London soundscapes from 1928 made by the Daily Mail, and to the silence of 2020 lockdwon.
Using club flyers to reflect on London’s rave scene
Our Curator of Dub shares 10 records that tell the story of Dub London
View the most popular items in our shop
Exclusive and unique gifts inspired by Beasts of London
Explore our broad range of books
Find out about our major exhibitions and free displays at the Museum of London below, including our virtual exhibition Disease X
Disease X: London’s next epidemic? was a temporary exhibition at the Museum of London between November 2018 and March 2019. The content is now live online
Executions, due to open on 16 October 2020, will no longer be opening due to the financial implications of COVID-19.
For those that have already booked tickets our Box Office will be in touch to offer a refund.
Closes 6 September 2020
An exclusive, free display celebrating a truly London album from 'the only band that matters'.Save
From 14 February 2020
Undertake your own mini-pilgrimage and discover the extraordinary life of St Thomas Becket through our collection of pilgrim badges.
An exciting new display celebrating Dub Reggae and its influence on the capital.
How do we best tell the story of the Thames? A new museum needs new ideas. We want to know what you think.
From 13 December 2018
See some of our most recent acquisitions and discover more stories of Londoners past and present.
From 27 April 2018
Take a look at the experimental London photography collected by the museum over the past three years.
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