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 in our show space.
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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Find out about our major exhibitions and free displays, on show now and coming soon at the Museum of London.
From 5 April 2019 until 5 January 2020
Step into a tour through London’s history, narrated by the animals of the city.
From 15 March 2019
See an epic 20-foot painted panorama, created around 1815, which depicts the lost Houses of Parliament.
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.