Beatrice Behlen, senior curator of fashion, tells us of her quest to find the fashion houses of Lucile, a designer from the turn of the 20th century.
Secret Rivers curator, Tom Ardill, charts his journey along the course of the Tyburn river from Hampstead, through central London and on to the River Thames.
Lucie Whitmore, curator of fashion, tells us the story of a collection of vegetable-themed cloth dolls and their maker, writer and illustrator, Una Maw.
Francis Marshall, curator of Beasts of London at the Museum of London, tells us the story behind the peregrine falcon on display as part of the exhibition.
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The museum supports university learning, teaching and research in all sorts of ways. Find out how our rich collections can be explored and how we are enabling new and exciting research.
Packed with collections ranging from fashion to archaeology, Suffragettes to Swinging Sixties, the museum is a rich resource for university students and academic staff.
We can support learning and teaching through visits tailored to your curriculum needs, access to staff expertise and entry to exhibitions.
We work with several London universities to offer dedicated courses and summer schools. Student projects here have created stunning new work, whilst PhD research continues to extend and challenge our collections knowledge.