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Exhibition Review: Soldiers and Suffragettes: The Photography of Christina Broom (Museum of London Docklands)

In Inventing the Victorians, Matthew Sweet observed that the advent of technology allowed more women to go into work and not just in the traditional farming and cottage industry sectors but into the white collar sector that was previously the domain of men. 1,045 more words

20th Century British History

'London Dust' Review

To view ‘London Dust’ by German born Rut Blees Luxemburg was an ambition of mine since I had come across the online article a month prior to visiting. 883 more words

London the most googled city

London has been named the most googled city in the world for its art galleries, performing arts and innovative design. The capital’s museums make up… 163 more words


Handling Collection: Challenges

In the previous articles on handling collections, Muriel Bailly has looked at the benefits of using touchable objects to enhance learning, as well as the different motivations and strategies for developing such collections. 1,775 more words

Wellcome Collection

Days 30-34: Wrapping up London

Summary of my last days in London!
*Prepare for long-ish post covering four days.*

Saturday, July 25, 2015
Not a lot went on this day. 926 more words

British Studies

How to spend an afternoon at the Museum of London

The Museum of London is one of London’s smaller and less well known museums, but that doesn’t mean it packs less of a punch. 1,086 more words


1,000 FREE activities for families - Museum Mum's August Holiday calendar

School’s out for summer! Although by now the novelty of no school runs has worn off, you might already be wondering WHAT ON EARTH you’re going to do with your little darlings for the rest of the holidays. 279 more words