Museum of London tells the story of the world's greatest city and its people.
Check out the lovely artwork from our make a poster for the Olympics family event! http://on.fb.me/L4DG27
The Streets, the final edition of our Dickens: Dark London app is now available to download! http://bit.ly/vFfGdZ
The Queen's Coronation, 1953, as viewed from @Selfridges. Find out more - http://bit.ly/Nnefrp #DiamondJubilee
Putting the final touches to our new horses for the Lord Mayor's Coach, come and see them from tomorrow... Neigh!
At Home with the Queen opens today @museumoflondon featuring London gal, Brenda. http://bit.ly/s6PqPD
Revealing our Doctors, Dissection and Resurrection Men exhibition poster. We're soooo excited http://bit.ly/JWEbJy
It is RHS Chelsea Flower Show week. Check out the gold medal winner’s superb saintpaulias in 1964!
Meet At Home with the Queen participant Miles Landesman & learn about his painting, The Queen http://bit.ly/MgPixg
If you missed our archives tour for @MuseumsatNight join us Fri or 1st & 3rd Sat of the mth http://bit.ly/urDlek
Edition 4 of Dickens: Dark London app, The Pawnbroker’s, available to download from iTunes. http://bit.ly/vFfGdZ
We have selected past images of May Day in London http://on.fb.me/IIVRIm What will you be doing this bank holiday?
Have you voted yet? Henry Grant #photograph from 1959 general #election http://bit.ly/IFY7TY
The Lonsdale Belt, oldest & most famous championship belt in boxing, now on display in Museum of London Docklands!
Was Victorian London a squalid Dickensian city? View our #Victorian #photography and decide http://bit.ly/IKEs3d
Discover some of our amazing 18th century glass in The Garton Glass collection http://bit.ly/IFAZDf
Harriet Salisbury concludes her #oralhistory blogs with images from the Museum's collections. http://bit.ly/HKq7Te
Dickens: Dark London app edition 3 ready to download. This month the Gin Shop and Opium Den http://bit.ly/vFfGdZ
Visiting this afternoon? Objects in Focus talks at 2.15pm (Roman jewellery) and 5.15pm (Roman armour) to enjoy.
Part of the 'Greenwich Waterwheel' added to our displays this week thanks to @EnglishHeritage http://bit.ly/zWsnK6
Received some nice comments following our sold out Dickens event with Simon Callow last night. Did you attend?
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