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Museum of London
2 hours 38 minutes ago. Facebook
On the 40th birthday of the Museum of London we spoke to Cliff Thomas, Chief Technician, and John Clark, Curator Emeritus and former Senior Curator of the medieval collections about working at the museum: [ Ow.ly Link ]
Museum of London
3 hours 1 minutes ago. Facebook
William Ansah Sessarakoo, an African Prince and former slave. To accompany our free display at the Museum of London Docklands Alex Werner and Dr. William Pettigrew look at the perverse logic behind some of the decisions that enabled slavery. [ Ow.ly Link ]
Today marks the 40th anniversary of the opening of the museum in its current location at London Wall. Find out more about our history here: [ Ow.ly Link ]
Museum of London
yesterday at 18:00. Facebook
We're live in our Fire! Fire! Exhibition with curator Meriel Jeater. If you have a question about the Great Fire of London, ask in the comments below for a chance to get it answered.
Museum of London
yesterday at 17:00. Facebook
Join us at 6pm sharp for part 1 of our tour of Fire! Fire! with curator Meriel Jeater. If you have a question about the Great Fire or the exhibition you can ask it during the live stream.
Museum of London
yesterday at 15:16. Facebook
Did you know that even King Charles II helped fight the Great Fire of London in 1666? Find out more at our Fire! Fire! exhibition. Tickets and more info: [ Ow.ly Link ]
Museum of London
yesterday at 14:00. Facebook
Today is #TunnelDayUK. Here is a sneak peek of some of the objects that will be on display in Tunnel: The Archaeology of Crossrail, our next major, free to visit exhibition at Museum of London Docklands. Find out more: [ Ow.ly Link ]
Museum of London
yesterday at 13:30. Facebook
It's only 24 days until Christmas. If that fills you with mild dread then join us on 8 December for Crafty Fox Market at Museum of London Docklands where you can buy beautiful handmade gifts, enjoy a cocktail, indulge in some crafts or simply soak up the atmosphere. Free, family-friendly, 4-9pm.
Museum of London
yesterday at 13:30. Facebook
It's only 24 days until Christmas. If that fills you with mild dread then join us on 8 December for Crafty Fox Market at Museum of London Docklands where you can buy beautiful handmade gifts, enjoy a cocktail, indulge in some crafts or simply soak up the atmosphere. Free, family-friendly, 4-9pm.
Museum of London
yesterday at 13:30. Facebook
It's only 24 days until Christmas. If that fills you with mild dread then join us on 8 December for Crafty Fox Market at Museum of London Docklands where you can buy beautiful handmade gifts, enjoy a cocktail, indulge in some crafts or simply soak up the atmosphere. Free, family-friendly, 4-9pm.
Museum of London
yesterday at 13:30. Facebook
It's only 24 days until Christmas. If that fills you with mild dread then join us on 8 December for Crafty Fox Market at Museum of London Docklands where you can buy beautiful handmade gifts, enjoy a cocktail, indulge in some crafts or simply soak up the atmosphere. Free, family-friendly, 4-9pm.
Museum of London
yesterday at 13:30. Facebook
It's only 24 days until Christmas. If that fills you with mild dread then join us on 8 December for Crafty Fox Market at Museum of London Docklands where you can buy beautiful handmade gifts, enjoy a cocktail, indulge in some crafts or simply soak up the atmosphere. Free, family-friendly, 4-9pm.
Museum of London
yesterday at 11:45. Facebook
Let's kick December off with something fabulous. Gold boots are on every fashionista’s festive dressing list this season. We'd pair these 1913 gold theatrical boots with an Empire line gold dress with a long train and a deep poke bonnet just as Anna Pavlova did to dance the in the pas de deux Gavotte Pavlova. [ Ow.ly Link ]
Museum of London
11/30/2016 at 19:01. Facebook
On 3 and 4 December Museum of London Docklands will be transformed into a wintery wonderland in which the whole family can explore London's winter traditions. Free to visit, from 12-4pm on both days. [ Ow.ly Link ]
Santa will also be attending our Frost Fair. If you'd like to see him book now before the elves run out of gifts: [ Ow.ly Link ]
Museum of London
11/30/2016 at 19:01. Facebook
On 3 and 4 December Museum of London Docklands will be transformed into a wintery wonderland in which the whole family can explore London's winter traditions. Free to visit, from 12-4pm on both days. [ Ow.ly Link ]
Santa will also be attending our Frost Fair. If you'd like to see him book now before the elves run out of gifts: [ Ow.ly Link ]
Museum of London
11/30/2016 at 18:00. Facebook
Join us here on Facebook at 6pm tomorrow for part 1 of an exclusive tour of Fire! Fire! with our curator Meriel Jeater. If you have a burning question about the exhibition or the fire of 1666 tomorrow is the time to ask it. Part 2 will be aired live on 6 December at 6pm.
Museum of London
11/30/2016 at 10:30. Facebook
Today marks 50 years Independence for Barbados.
Earlier this year we held a free family festival, Hello London, Hello Barbados to celebrate Bajan culture and 50 years of independence. See pictures from the day here: [ Ow.ly Link ]
In the 1956 London Transport recruited transport workers from Barbados. This man, photographed in 1980 had been a bus driver in London since 1975.
Museum of London
11/29/2016 at 10:30. Facebook
An unopened pack of Phul-Nana face powder. The powder was manufactured by cosmetics firm J.Grossmith & Sons Limited of Piccadilly during World War II. Phul-Nana was a popular Indian fragrance used by J Grossmith to perfume a number of their products including talcum powder, bath crystals, soap, cream and powder . A label on the packaging notes the pack contains the same amount of powder as the...
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Museum of London
11/29/2016 at 10:30. Facebook
After Black Friday and Cyber Monday, today is #GivingTuesday – the annual day to do good stuff for charity. Thank you to all our supporters, volunteers and visitors for making our work possible throughout the year – take a look at our infographic to find out how you help us make a difference.

How are you going to celebrate #GivingTuesday?
Museum of London
11/28/2016 at 10:31. Facebook
Our dress and textiles collection contains some incredible items such as this 17th century waistcoat, said to have been worn by King Charles the First at his execution. Determined not to be thought his shivering was out of fear Charles asked his attendant to ‘Let me have a Shirt on more than ordinary’. Read more about this garment and its history here: [ Ow.ly Link ]