Games, collections, videos, stories, homework help and family days out from museums and galleries
The Royal Engineers Museum, Library and Archive opened a NEW permanent display on the 12th November 2010.
Come and investigate The Den! The Den is a dedicated space for children aged five and under and their families.
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.
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.
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.
LS Lowry is one of Britain’s favourite artists. His unique style and personal vision set him apart from the major art movements of his time.
An exhibition about cyber security
Thread your way through Manchester’s rich legacy of industrial innovations, scientific discoveries and ideas that changed the world.
Manchester is built on cotton. Our Textiles Gallery tells the story of the people, products and pioneers that made it and their continuing legacy in our city and our world today.
Discover the machinery that powered mills all over the North West and helped to shape our world.
World-shaping, record-breaking, life-changing. The Liverpool and Manchester Railway was the world’s first intercity line that started a transport revolution.
Learn all about the story of Boudica and the revolt against the Romans, in AD60-61.
Highlights include Tang dynasty tomb models, an exquisite Song dynasty Dingware wedding bowl, a shufu cup and Qing dynasty monochromes.
This region of the world has always been a melting pot of beliefs, cultures and artistic traditions.