Games, collections, videos, stories, homework help and family days out from museums and galleries
Read all about the importance of children's literature and find out how books are made.
How are objects in museums arranged? We explore the various ways in which museums decide to display their collections.
Evolution is a very important scientific theory that can still be controversial today, learn more about this famous theory.
Love dinosaurs? Show Me shows you how to make clay ones.
Discover what happened when archaeologists found a Saxon burial site in Essex.
Across the country hundreds of thousands of animal creatures are preserved in glass jars. We've been finding out why.
Ever wondered what a curator is and what they do all day? We reveal all.
Have you wondered why we make bonfires and say 'Remember, remember, the 5th of November'? Did you know that the 5th of November is also called Guy Fawkes Night?
Biology is all about living things. Here are our favourite sites and resources to help you get your head around the subject.
Find out what happened when we asked a dinosaur curator what her favourite object was.
Make your very own version of the Mary Rose's dog, Hatch.
Make a festive Christmas card or decoration with this fun Make and Do from Show Me.
The skeleton of a rabbit from Roman Britain has been unearthed.
The trans-Atlantic slave trade has shaped world history and continues to have an impact today. Learn more about it with show.me.
Were the Vikings really as vicious as we think they are? We've put this quick guide together to help you explore the world of the Vikings.
A man called Heinrich Schliemann said he would find the city of Troy and prove it was real - did he succeed? Show Me investigates.