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Museum of London
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Museum of London 4h
Want to know how got on the map? Head down to the display and discover the history of Dub and how its musical culture changed London! Book free tickets here: 📸 © Josh Daniels
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Museum of London 23h
We've got a bunch of free resources for schools to use with students, including downloadable packs and lesson starters focused on LGBTQ+ history in London, from the Roman period to the present day. Discover more information here:
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Museum of London Dec 3
We're open and excited to welcome you all back. There's plenty to see at both our sites with shows and and it wouldn't be Christmas without a visit from Santa of course! Book your free tickets here .
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Marina Spiteri Dec 2
Living with/ caring for someone with ? warmly welcome you to our Time for a Cuppa session TOMORROW, 10.30am to sing & reminisce about winter traditions. 🎵☃️❄️🎿 and welcome!
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Museum of London Dec 2
We've been lucky enough to get our hands on these behind-the-scenes videos of archaeologists unearthing the four hoards that make up the . Here we can see the team hard at work at the early stages of excavations. Book you free tickets now
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Museum of London Dec 1
These fused pieces of pottery were discovered from a shop on Pudding Lane which fell victim to the Great Fire. As these pieces of pottery were found melted together, we can surmise that the temperature of the fire rose up to 1250 degrees celsius! Discover
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Museum of London Dec 1
Missed out on seeing and pre-lockdown? Well fear not as we're once again opening our doors from 3 Dec. We'll also be welcoming some festive cheer with a special visit from Santa! Book your free tickets now, see you soon!
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Museum of London Nov 29
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Shop the full collection and remember to use BAUBLE10 for 10% off this
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Museum of London Nov 29
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Inspired by the Fanshawe dress, a spectacular 18th century dress in our collection, this exclusive fabric decoration is handmade and finished with beaded details and gold piping.
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Museum of London Nov 29
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Give your Christmas tree a royal touch with this corgi decoration. Handmade using traditional techniques, the fabric corgi wears a most regal red crown and is detailed with gold piping.
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Museum of London Nov 29
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While you may not be able to see Big Ben from your window, this lovely miniature hanging from your Christmas tree is the next best thing. Made from glass, this London icon measures approximately 13cm.
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Museum of London Nov 29
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Made from glass and inspired by one of London's cultural design icons, the red telephone box, this Christmas decoration measures 4cm x 9cm x 4cm.
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Museum of London Nov 29
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This felted London bus decoration is made by hand using traditional needle felting/wet felting techniques. Created from sustainable and biodegradable materials.
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Museum of London Nov 29
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What would London be without its resident pigeons? Crafted by hand using traditional needle felting, this pigeon decoration would make a perfect addition to your Christmas tree. Made from biodegradable and sustainable materials.
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Museum of London Nov 29
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Love London? So do we. This lovely ornament shows off London's famous icons such as the London Eye and St. Paul's under a wintery skyline. This beautiful tin heart is finished off with glitter for a touch of Christmas sparkle.
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Museum of London Nov 29
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Inspired by an enamel badge from our Suffragette collection, this handmade and Fairtrade fabric decoration features the movement's famous motto "Votes for Women".
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Museum of London Nov 29
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A handmade and Fairtrade fabric Suffragette decoration with a Women's Social and Political Union sash and rosette.
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Museum of London Nov 29
It's ! Check out our London inspired Christmas tree decorations available to buy from our online shop. For the best deals use discount code BAUBLE10 for 10% off non-sale items.
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Museum of London Nov 28
is such an important event that has contributed to the sound of . Did you know we have a special piece of carnival in our display? 📸 © Peter Marshall / Museum of London
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Museum of London Nov 26
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To deck out your entire kitchen shop the full range here:
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