Learn about Londinium’s deepest grooves, digging up the victims of dark magic and deadly curses.
How can experimental photography teach us more about our communities? A Museum of London project in Hackney offers beautiful reflections of how Londoners see their home.
Discover why the inconspicuous axe was such an important tool during the Bronze Age.
Exploring the ‘Brixton Riots’ oral history collection to discuss contemporary experiences of London uprisings against racism.
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The Museum of London and the Museum of London are temporarily closed to the public. We’ll be back soon but there’s still loads to explore online about the city’s greatest stories until then.
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Discussing the removal of the Robert Milligan statue in the context of a global movement.
Discover how the Great Fire started, how it got so bad and how it changed London.
Explore the stories of Black Londoners in our collection through articles, videos and photography.
Recent Roman scholarship reveals same-sex love in Roman London.
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