History games, videos, crafty makes and incredible objects from museums and galleries
Step back in time with the 1940s exhibition at the Royal Gunpowder Mills
The Jack Lucas Gallery holds many of the artefacts and finds from the Tripontium excavation performed by the Rugby Archaeological Society.
Discover how Cardiff was transformed from the small market town of the 1300s, to one of the world's biggest ports in the 1900s, to the cool, cosmopolitan capital we know today.
An Armada shipwreck – La Trinidad Valencera narrates the story of La Trinidad Valencera, one of the largest ships in the Armada Fleet, and the people who sailed aboard the ship.
The Royal Engineers Museum, Library and Archive opened a NEW permanent display on the 12th November 2010.
The Social History Gallery at Rugby Museum tells the story of the people who lived (or live) in Rugby.
Discover the people and stories behind the coins that were minted at the Tower for over 500 years.
A major new permanent gallery exploring the story of the Royal Navy.
This gallery is about the movement of people, goods and ideas across and around the Atlantic Ocean from the 17th century to the 19th century.
Explore the American Air Museum, home to the largest collection of US historic military aircraft in Europe.
This exhibition presents a range of ideas about science and medicine since Henry Wellcome's death in 1936. It reflects the experiences and interests of scientists, doctors and patients.
The gallery tells the story of the fascinating period between the withdrawal of the Romans in 410AD and the 1066 Norman Conquest.
Nowhere can you see the range and variety of British teapots better than at Norwich Castle Museum and art Gallery.
This permanent exhibition contains a significant collection of artefacts, which were found in Egyptian tombs and donated by wealthy travellers who visited Egypt in the nineteenth century.
This exhibition features a rotating display of historic maps in the American Museum’s collection.
New for 2014, the much-awaited Cabinet of Curiosities is now open!