News: Museum of London releases first ever recorded soundscapes of London alongside new recordings of London in lockdown

The first ever recorded soundscape of London was captured in September 1928 as part of a campaign led by the Daily Mail calling for noise restrictions on London's increasingly loud streets. Now, almost 100 years later, as part of the Museum of London’s ongoing collecting COVID project, the same five locations were re-captured in collaboration... Continue Reading →

News: Museum of London sites to reopen 6 August with four-week extension of The Clash: London Calling display

After almost five months of temporary closure, the Museum of London and Museum of London Docklands will be ready to open their doors on Thursday 6 August 2020 and welcome visitors once again. The Museum of London is pleased to announce that the exclusive display, The Clash: London Calling, celebrating the making of The Clash’s ground-breaking album ‘London Calling’, will... Continue Reading →

News: V&A to host week-long celebration of Glastonbury

Starting today, the V&A is hosting a seven-day online celebration of all things Glastonbury. Coinciding with the weekend when the world-famous festival was due to celebrate its 50th year, the V&A has delved into its collections and asked for contributions from its curators to help fill your festival void. Home to the nation’s Glastonbury Archive, the museum will... Continue Reading →

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