Games, collections, videos, stories, homework help and family days out from museums and galleries
This is a great example of some early Christian art from the Viking age. Find out more by clicking on the museum desc...
Local museums and galleries hold the key to your local area, they can introduce your students to the value and heritage of their community.
This website from the British Museum has a carefully curated collection of 100 objects with teaching ideas for each one to inspire your students' love of history.
Visiting museums and galleries is a fantastic way to help your students really engage with the lessons that they learn in the classroom.
This toy pig is one of the little known survivors of the Titanic. It belonged to Edith Rosenbaum (1879-1975) who bro...
This is an example of what televisions looked like in the 1950s. They were much smaller than the TVs we have in our l...
Have you ever wondered why your wellies are called wellingtons? Well
here are the original boots, designed by…the ...
Imagine receiving this as a gift! We don’t know what he thought of it
but that’s what happened to Henry VIII whe...
Have you ever found something on the ground and wondered what it was? Archaeology could help you find out!
The Royal Engineers Museum, Library and Archive opened a NEW permanent display on the 12th November 2010.
The Medieval Mosaic is a re-recreation of the Bayeux Tapestry handcrafted from 3
million pieces of spring steel.
See the reconstructed 1940 Operations Room, which directed aircraft in the Battle of Britain.
Step back in time with the 1940s exhibition at the Royal Gunpowder Mills
The architect Erno Goldfinger designed and built this unique Modernist house as his family home in 1939. The central...
A blockbuster, once-in-a-lifetime exhibition on the Battle of Jutland with never before seen displays and immersive galleries.
Acclaimed musicians Chris Green and Sophie Matthews with special guest Jude Rees present a festive romp through 600 years of Christmas music, songs and carols. Booking advisable.