History games, videos, crafty makes and incredible objects from museums and galleries
Victoria Revealed explores the many, often surprising aspects of Queen Victoria’s character: devoted wife, dedicated mother, devastated widow and powerful stateswoman.
Warhorse to Horsepower explores the transition from Cavalry to armoured vehicles, before during and after the First World War.
The Hull Trench is quite unique in that it offers visitors the chance to sample a section of the Great War front line, complete with sounds and smells, but without the mud!
Exhibition and Events Commemorating the region's First World War contribution and experiences, 1914 - 1918
Traders: the East India Company and Asia is a permanent gallery exploring Britain’s maritime trade with Asia, focusing on the role played by the East India Company.
Yinka Shonibare's sculpture Nelson's Ship in a Bottle is on permanent display at the National Maritime Museum.
The Great Map provides a space at the centre of the Museum where people can gather, delve deeper into our collections, and join in with events and celebrations.
The Animation Gallery explores the history of animation and animated images, with an emphasis on animation produced in Britain.
Discover the best, the rarest and the most extraordinary films and TV programmes from the BFI National Archive with BFI Mediatheque.
Find the answers to all of your television questions and explore the exciting world of television in our interactive Experience TV gallery.
History Lab is a place for budding sleuths to help us find answers to some of the intriguing questions history has thrown our way.
Sheffield Life & Times tells the story of the city from the point of view of the people who have lived here.
The Treasures gallery showcases some of the remarkable highlights of the Sheffield's World Cultures collection, exploring their links with the city and its people.
Voices of Asia is a spectacular new gallery at Leeds City Museum which celebrates the sights, sounds, and culture of Asia and the Asian communities that live right here on our doorstep in Leeds.
This new gallery complete with a traditional bar celebrates Sheffield’s Brewing heritage.
Showcasing some of the finest Sheffield-made vehicles of the 1920s, The transport galleries explore the story of transport in Sheffield and its essential part of our industrial history.