Games, collections, videos, stories, homework help and family days out from museums and galleries
A permanent gallery unveiling attempts at smuggling and tax evasion that have kept our Customs Officers on their toes over the years!
The Social History Gallery at Rugby Museum tells the story of the people who lived (or live) in Rugby.
Audible Generosity is inspired by games found at traditional amusement arcades like Penny Falls, but there is more to this game than meets the eye - and the ear.
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.
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 display focuses on views of mountain scenery, both home and abroad.
Explore the American Air Museum, home to the largest collection of US historic military aircraft in Europe.
This exhibition features a rotating display of historic maps in the American Museum’s collection.
Victoria Revealed explores the many, often surprising aspects of Queen Victoria’s character: devoted wife, dedicated mother, devastated widow and powerful stateswoman.
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.
Arbeia is the only Roman Fort in the UK where visitors can see reconstructions of a gateway, Commanding Officer's house and barrack block.
This hands-on area offers the unique opportunity to excavate real Roman artefacts.
Discover what herbs and plants were used by the Romans for cooking, medicine and decoration in the Roman Garden, complete with replica altar and sundial.
The barrack block was built using traditional Roman techniques of the third century.
The 4th century Commanding Officer's house has been partially rebuilt and has been fitted out with authentic furniture and fresco paintings.
The reconstructed Gate into the fort features a display of the history of the site from prehistoric times to the present day and includes models of the fort and a Roman armoury.