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Old St Paul's

July 2nd – On this day in 1462, “old” St Paul’s cathedral received a new spire. 134 more words

On This Day

London's Histories

If you weren’t aware, I currently work at the Museum of London. It traces the history of London as you might expect where you will find no mummies or Egyptians or Ancient Greek amphitheatres. 836 more words


Day 4: Museum of London exhibits

Monday, June 29, 2015
After visiting the archives of the Museum of London, getting to see the exhibitions was a real treat. I’m forewarning you though, this may get a bit dry for some readers. 712 more words

British Studies

Day 4: LAARC and Museum of London

Monday, June 29, 2015
We visited the London Archaeological Archive Research Center (LAARC) in the morning. Pictures weren’t allowed behind the scenes, but boy did we see some great items! 451 more words

British Studies

LAARC and Museum of London

This morning our class met in the courtyard and went on a trip for a tour of the London Archaeological Archive and Research Centre (LAARC). They allowed pictures to be taken but we do not have permission to share them on social media. 480 more words

Study Abroad

Famous Londoners - Peter de Colechurch...

We recently ran a piece on the building of the first stone London Bridge (see our earlier post here) and so we thought it timely to take a look at the life of the builder, priest and ‘architect’ Peter de Colechurch. 291 more words


Heritage chasers enjoy a shot of fun at the Museum of London


Alcohol has been produced the world over for centuries.

Wine was made by fermenting fruit, rice and honey since 7000 B.C, as indicated by wine jars from ancient China. 151 more words