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The Museum of London tells the story of the city of London from its origins to the modern era. The museum is located on the London Wall in the City of London, and exhibits lots of archaeological and historical artifacts. The Museum of London is going to move to a new location in West Smithfield within the next few years. #museumoflondon #london #uk #planetuk #londonmuseums Intro: (0:00) London before London: (0:46) The new Museum of London: (2:02) Roman London: (2:42) Medieval London: (4:11) War, Plague and Fire: (6:05) Expanding City: (7:30) The Victorian Walk: (9:17) People’s City: (11:08) World City: (12:57)
Sign up for a 14-day free trial and enjoy all the amazing features MyHeritage has to offer. If you decide to continue your subscription, you’ll get a 50% discount 🤍 On December 4th 2022, the Museum of London- which had stood on the south-western edge of the Barbican since 1976- sadly closed its doors for good. Fortunately, it will be reopening a short distance away; within a collection of renovated Victorian market buildings at West Smithfield under the slightly new name of the 'London Museum'. This move is scheduled to take several years though, so with this in mind, I thought I'd have one last look around the old museum before it shut... and in this video I'd like to share my visit- and favourite artefacts- with you. There's a lot to see here, including objects from pre-historic times, evidence of Boudicca's revolt, Medieval fashions, Oliver Cromwell's death mask, a prison door from the dreaded Newgate Gaol and much, much more. Please be sure to let me know what your favourite objects are in the comments! Chapters: 0:00 Intro 01:09 The Museum with a Train Running Through it 02:10 The Wall of Death 06:26 London Before London 07:52 Roman London 12:23 Medieval London 15:05 War, Plague & Fire 18:20 The Modern Era 26:35 Outro Thank you so much to all of you who support my channel with your kind words, likes and shares. If you haven't yet subscribed to robslondon, then I'd appreciate it very much if you could please consider doing so as this, along with clicking the bell icon to receive notifications, will ensure that you don't miss out whenever I publish a new video- plus of course it would be wonderful to have you along! If you're feeling extra generous, you can support me with a tip via either the YouTube 'thanks' button (which appears as a heart icon beneath the video), or via my ko-fi account 🤍 My online store, robsonlinedesigns (where you can buy hand illustrated, London-themed mugs) 🤍 Twitter 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Website 🤍 Other links related to this video: Visit the Temple of Mithras 🤍 Visit London's Roman Amphitheatre 🤍 The Museum of London 🤍 Thanks again for watching, friends. Stay well, and please be sure to stay tuned! Credits: Music: Black Mass (Brian Bolger) Beijaflor (Quincas Moreira) Majestic Hills by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. 🤍 Source: 🤍 Artist: 🤍 No. 1 A Minor Waltz (Esther Abrami) Classic Horror 1 - Dark World by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. 🤍 Source: 🤍 Artist: 🤍 Sword sound effect: Free Sound (freefire66) Healing by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. 🤍 Source: 🤍 Artist: 🤍 Journey in the New World by Twin Musicom is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license. 🤍 Source: 🤍 Artist: 🤍 A Baroque Letter (Aaron Kenny) Rag Time Time (Doug Maxwell/Media Right Productions) Bluebird (E’s Jammy Jams) * Images: Bone Archive Image: Time Out Straight Tusked Elephant Illustration: DFoidl (Creative Commons) Wooly Ohio Illustration: ДиБгд (Creative Commons) Claudius Head: Michel Wall (Creative Commons) Emperor Nero: Bibi Saint-Pol (Creative Commons) Amphitheatre Photo: Philafrenzy (Creative Commons) Retiarius Gladiator: Carole Raddato (Creatice Commons, via Flickr) Temple of Mithras: It’s No Game, Flickr (Creative Commons) Plague Doctor Costume: Wellcome Collection
In this video, we give you the ultimate guide to our favourite museums in London. What to expect from each, which are especially worth your time, and how to plan your visit in 2023. I also go through suggested eateries and attractions nearby each museum so you can make the most of your time in sightseeing in London. CENTRAL HOTEL in London suggestion. Anywhere near here is a great location. 👉* 🤍 👉 For London Museum tours and activities: 🤍 For bonus content including unseen travel vlogs to Oxford, Kent, behind the scenes and editing commentaries check out our Patreon: 👉 🤍 All my licensed music comes from Artlist: Get 2 Months Free here: 👉 🤍 For more London stories and places to visit, find out why Big Ben isn't called Big Ben: 🤍 To join us for more travel around the globe, follow us here: 👉 🤍 Follow Suitcase Monkey on Instagram: 👉 🤍 Follow Suitcase Monkey on Facebook: 👉 🤍 Follow Suitcase Monkey on Twitter: 👉 🤍 00:00 Intro 1:18 Natural History Museum 2:39 London Transport Museum 4:34 Somerset House 6:32 British Museum 8:30 Greenwich Museums 9:21 Cutty Sark 10:12 Royal Observatory 11:26 Tate Modern 12:55 Tate Britain 14:16 National Gallery 14:54 Victoria & Albert Museum 15:35 Science Museum 16:45 Museums after a pandemic #SuitcaseMonkeyDoesLondon #londonmuseum
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London is a city brought to life by its people and the unique and fascinating stories they have to tell. Watch and share their stories now! What is the Cheapside Hoard? Where was it found? Why was the priceless treasure buried? Watch and share Museum Director Sharon's London story to discover more about this and other amazing London mysteries through the exhibitions of the Museum of London. Three million objects bring history to life and take you on a journey from prehistoric London right through to today through free permanent exhibitions and fresh new displays. #VisitLondon Subscribe to our channel here 👉 🤍 Visit London is your ultimate guide to London. From the best activities in the city to top restaurants, bars, and hotels, explore what's on in London today. 🇬🇧 #VisitLondon Follow us! Website: 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Tik Tok - 🤍
Thank you for supporting my Channel of city walking, real nature sounds, UK traveling. Please subscribe to this channel and share it with your friends. The Museum of London documents the history of the UK's capital city from prehistoric to modern times and is located in the City of London on the London Wall, close to the Barbican Centre and is part of the Barbican complex of buildings created in the 1960s and 1970s to redevelop a bomb-damaged area of the City. The museum is a few minutes' walk north of St Paul's Cathedral, overlooking the remains of the Roman city wall and on the edge of the oldest part of London, now its main financial district. It is primarily concerned with the social history of London and its inhabitants throughout time. The museum is jointly controlled and funded by the City of London Corporation and the Greater London Authority. The museum is the largest urban history collection in the world, with more than six million objects. In March 2015, the museum announced plans to move from its Barbican site to nearby Smithfield Market. The move, contingent upon raising an estimated £70 million, is planned to be complete by 2021.
Like this video? Watch my video about the Top Ten Treasures in the British Museum. 🤍 Don’t forget to like, comment, and subscribe. Leave a comment and tell me about your favourite object in a natural history museum. What’s the natural history museum in your city or country like? You know I want to know! In this video, Jessica the Museum Guide (that’s me!) takes you on a detailed guided tour of London’s iconic Natural History Museum. We’ll explore the history of the museum and explore the massive Hintze Hall, including Hope the Blue Whale and the statue of Charles Darwin. Next, we’ll tour the epic Dinosaur Collection and say hello to Dippy, followed by the treasures of the Cadogan Gallery. We break into The Vault to see some wondrous geology and admire the taxidermy of the Mammals collection. After bidding farewell to the mammals, we take a peek at the Spirit Collection, followed by some highlights of Human Evolution. We finish the tour in the Earthquake Simulator where things really get shakin’ (groan). As always, thanks for watching. Be sure to leave your comments and questions below. If you enjoyed this virtual tour, then please consider leaving me a tip at paypal.me/jessicatourguide or buy me a coffee at 🤍 Remember – if you’re planning a trip to London, you can book a tour with me. Email me at jessica🤍themuseumguide.com 0:00 – Introduction to the tour 00:11 – The History of the Natural History Museum 2:58 - Entering the Museum - Hintze Hall 3:23 - Hope the Blue Whale 3:57 - Giraffe Taxidermy and Skeleton 4:37 - Turbinaria Coral 5:41 - Blue Marlin Wet Specimen 6:29 - American Mastodon 7:01 - Butterflies 7:44 - Dinosaur Collection 10:31 - Dippy the Diplodocus 12:33 - Charles Darwin Statue 13:54 - Mezzanine Level - Taxidermy Birds 14:27 - Blashka Glass Models 15:39 - Furze Platt Handaxe 16:16 - Hans Sloane's Nautilus and Lion's Skull 16:47 - Charles Darwin's First Edition and Pigeons 18:03 - The Great Auk 18:48 - Introduction to The Vault 19:22 - Duke of Devonshire Diamond 20:02 - Crystal Box Mystery 20:38 - Rhodochrosite 21:24 - Winchcombe Meteorite 22:00 - Guy the Gorilla 22:54 - Chi Chi the Panda 23:20 - Mammal Galleries 24:30 - The Spirit Collection 26:19 - Introduction to the Human Evolution Gallery 26:40 - Lucy - Australopithecus Afarensis 27:17 - Neanderthal and Early Homo Sapien Models 28:22 - Cheddar Gorge Man and Cannibalism 29:35 - The Escalator through the Centre of the Earth 30:07 - 1995 Kobe Earthquake Simulator Book your own private tour of the Natural History Museum (and so much more) with me! I create wonderful bespoke itineraries of London based on your interests. 🤍 Make sure you subscribe to my channel and click the bell 🔔 notification so you always find out about new videos right away! Like The Museum Guide on Facebook! 🤍 Want more information about visiting Museums around the world? Join our Museum Tips Facebook page for lots of great information and tips. 🤍 See individual photo frames for attribution. Thanks to the Natural History Museum for use of many of their wonderful photos. Hana Elvy creates my thumbnails – you can hire her to make your YouTube thumbnails here: 🤍
Museum of London Director, Sharon Ament, talks about the museum’s five-year strategic plan 2018-2023. The Museum of London today announced its latest five-year strategic plan that will take it up to 2023. The strategy commits the museum to maintaining its two existing, vibrant sites - the Museum of London and the Museum of London Docklands – and undertaking Europe’s largest cultural project, creating a New Museum for London in West Smithfield.
Welcome to the famous Natural History Museum in London. I was blown away with what's inside! The museum is home to life and earth science specimens comprising some 80 million items within five main collections: botany, entomology, mineralogy, paleontology and zoology. The museum is a centre of research specialising in taxonomy, identification and conservation. Given the age of the institution, many of the collections have great historical as well as scientific value, such as specimens collected by Charles Darwin. The museum is particularly famous for its exhibition of dinosaur skeletons and ornate architecture—sometimes dubbed a cathedral of nature—both exemplified by the large Diplodocus cast that dominated the vaulted central hall before it was replaced in 2017 with the skeleton of a blue whale hanging from the ceiling. The Natural History Museum Library contains extensive books, journals, manuscripts, and artwork collections linked to the work and research of the scientific departments; access to the library is by appointment only. The museum is recognised as the pre-eminent centre of natural history and research of related fields in the world. Come and walk with me and be prepared to be wowed! Just in case you haven't you need to click THIS 👉 🤍 MORE LONDON VIDEOS 👉 🤍 HeyTripster offers you touristic and local information according to your preferences. They will not let you stuck in zillions of irrelevant and unreliable information. They plant a tree in the heart of the city for every plan you purchase. Travel while you erase your own carbon footprint! 👉 🤍 SUPPORT ME - to help me make more videos Become a Channel Member and get FREE STUFF 👉 🤍 Patreon 👉 🤍 PayPal 👉 🤍 Walk with me merchandise 👉 🤍 What I use to film and edit with 👉 🤍 SOCIAL MEDIA Twitter - 🤍TimWalkwithme Instagram - 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 Second channel 👉 🤍 MORE Videos Jack the Ripper Tour London 👉 🤍 WORST Rated Seaside 👉 🤍 WORST Rated Holiday Park 👉 🤍 Bournemouth Tour 👉 🤍 Where Millionaires live Sandbanks, Poole 👉 🤍 Mablethorpe 👉 🤍 Eastbourne & Beachy Head 👉 🤍 Hastings Tour 👉 🤍 Margate Seafront and Old Town Tour 👉 🤍 Scarborough Seafront Tour 👉 🤍 What's it like in Gibraltar 👉 🤍 Brancaster, North Norfolk 👉🤍 Blackpool Piers Tour 👉 🤍 Pleasure Beach Full Tour 👉 🤍 Skegness Tour 👉 🤍 Clacton Seafront Tour 👉 🤍 Oldest Holiday Park in the UK Tour 👉 🤍 California & Scratby Tour 👉 🤍 Brighton Tour 👉 🤍 Blackpool Tour 👉 🤍 Southend Tour 👉 🤍 Walton on the Naze Tour 👉 🤍 Norfolk Broads 👉 🤍 Clacton on Sea Tour 👉 🤍 Whitby Tour 👉 🤍 #Museum #Naturalhistorymuseum #London
You're visiting London and want to experience museums that are unique and off-the-beaten path. The musuems in this video will be the ones to visit and I'm sure you've never heard of them before. This ain't no video about the British Museum, y'all. London has so many interesting museums beyond the classics like the Natural History Museum and the London Museum so go see these instead. Check out more local gems in the "You've Never Heard Of" series: 🤍 Free London 101 Guide for first-time London visitors: 🤍 Your first 3 days in London, completely planned for you: 🤍 Daily London-y stuff on Instagram: 🤍 London resources (airport transfers, SIM cards, etc.): 🤍 How to say thanks for the free advice: 🤍 About Love and London: I'm Jess, I've lived in London for many years, and this channel is a London travel guide for anyone visiting the city that wants to experience it like you live here. Beyond talking about the usual London attractions, I show you some of the cooler things to do in London, that most travel guides don't mention. Watch my videos and you'll feel like you've got a Londoner friend telling you the best kept secrets in the city. Mentioned in the video: Handel and Hendrix Museum Fashion and Textile Museum Museum of Brands and Packaging Garden Museum Leighton House Museum NLA (New London Architecture)
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Tom Wareham, Curator of Maritime and Community History, delves into the history of the West India Quay, the first major dock in London and now the site of the Museum of London Docklands. Find out more: 🤍museumoflondon.org.uk/docklands
The Great Fire of London started on Sunday, 2 September, 1666 in Thomas Farriner's bakery in Pudding Lane at about one o'clock in the morning while most of the city was asleep. Over the next four days, the fire spread and destroyed about 436 acres of London. On display at Museum of London is an extraordinary bundle of iron metal hooks and eyes excavated from the southern end of Pudding Lane where the fire started. They melted and fused together in the intense heat of the fire as temperatures are thought to have reached over 1200 degrees. Last chance to visit Museum of London is closing the doors of its London Wall site in December 2022 and will open a brand new museum at West Smithfield in 2025. So don't miss your last chance to visit the historic London Wall site and view the collections before it's too late! 🤍 10 collections objects you should see before the site closes 🤍
An step back in time visiting The Museum of London Docklands in East London. This is a look into the iconic London passage for ships back in years gone by. An incredible insight to what went on and how the workers learned their trade from tobacco weighing to boat making Come along for a trip into London in the 1800's If you enjoy the content, please take a look at other museums in my video library and maybe subscribe if you take an interest in the channel 👍 🤍DarrenJohn 🤍
Join Dr Katie Donnington at the Museum of London Docklands as she explores the cultural legacies of slavery in the nearby area. Our dockland's history is inextricably linked with the history of slavery and Katie talks with Dr Kristy Warren about other areas around the country with similar ties who are starting to look more critically at the legacies around them. Discover more about how the trade in enslaved Africans and sugar shaped London at our permanent London, Sugar and Slavery gallery at the Museum of London Docklands: 🤍 Find us on social: 🤍 🤍 🤍
All towns and villages within a 10 mile radius of London were affected to some degree by the Great Plague of 1665. Official figures suggest there were about 68,000 people who died, but it was probably far more than that, around 100,000 at least; about a fifth of the population of the country. In our collection and on display at Museum of London is a 17th Century plague bell which would have been used in the streets to warn passes by that the corpse of a plague victim was approaching. The Museum of London is closing the doors of its London Wall site in December 2022 and will open a brand new museum at West Smithfield in 2025. So don't miss your last chance to visit the historic London Wall site and view the collections before it's too late! 🤍 10 collections objects you should see before the site closes 🤍
Did you know that there’s a museum in London dedicated specifically to science, and there’s another dedicated to modern art? London is home to a plethora of world-class museums, each offering unique and captivating experiences. In this video, we’ll be exploring the best museums in the city. Among the top museums in the city are the Horniman Museum, the Science Museum, the British Museum, Tate Modern, the National Gallery, and the Museum of London. ▬Contents of this video▬ 00:00 - Intro 00:11 - The Museum of London 01:41 - The National Gallery 03:04 - Tate Modern 04:36 - The British Museum 05:37 - The Science Museum 06:37 - The Horniman Museum 07:52 - Outro Like this content? Subscribe here: 🤍 Or, watch more videos here: 🤍 The Horniman Museum, located in Forest Hill, is a hidden gem offering a diverse range of exhibits. Its extensive collection includes natural history specimens, musical instruments, anthropology displays, and an acclaimed aquarium. Visitors can explore the gorgeously manicured gardens surrounding the museum, which offer panoramic views of London. The Science Museum in South Kensington is a must-visit for science enthusiasts of all ages. With interactive displays, hands-on experiments, and awe-inspiring exhibitions, it brings science and technology to life. From space exploration to cutting-edge medical advancements, the Science Museum offers an engaging and educational experience. The British Museum, located in Bloomsbury, is renowned for its vast collection of art and artifacts from around the world. It houses over eight million objects spanning thousands of years of human history. Highlights include the Rosetta Stone, the Elgin Marbles, and the Egyptian mummies. The museum offers a fascinating insight into the diverse cultures and civilizations that have shaped our world. Tate Modern, situated on the banks of the River Thames, is a world-leading contemporary art museum. Housed in a former power station, it showcases modern and contemporary artworks from renowned artists such as Picasso, Warhol, and Hockney. With its striking architecture and innovative exhibitions, Tate Modern is a must-visit for art enthusiasts. The National Gallery, located in Trafalgar Square, is a treasure trove of European art. It boasts an extensive collection of paintings, including masterpieces from artists like Van Gogh, Monet, and da Vinci. The gallery's stunning architecture and immersive exhibitions make it a cultural hub in the heart of London. Lastly, the Museum of London offers a comprehensive exploration of the city's history. Join ViewCation as we track down the very best museums in London, England. The Very Best Museums in London, England
In this video, Jessica, a tour guide with Free Tours by Foot London, takes you on a tour of the highlights of the British Museum. NEXT: Oddities of the British Museum: 🤍 Our walk begins with an introduction to the museum and the wonderful Great Court designed by Norman Foster before heading to the South Asia Gallery to see the Statue of Tara. Next, we head to the Gallery of Living and Dying where the main attraction is the Hoa Hakananai'a statue, one of the most controversial objects in the museum. We then head to the African Galleries where we will see the highlight here, the magnificant Bronze Head from Ife before heading into the Medieval Europe Gallery to see the Lewis Chessmen (of Harry Potter fame) and the items from the Sutton Hoo burial sites. Then it is on to the Egypt Gallery, where we will see both human and cat mummies before ending the tour at arguably the most important piece in the museum, the Rosetta Stone. If you enjoyed this virtual London food tour, then please consider leaving Jessica a Tip at 🤍 or 🤍 She is also available for private tours 🤍 And check out her channel - The Museum Guide: 🤍 Read our blog post for more details - 🤍 Be sure to subscribe to our channel and click the bell 🔔 notification so you are alerted as we create new ones. 🤍 VISITING LONDON? Join us for a guided walk or look for our travel tips to help plan your trip. Find out more at 🤍 Thanks for watching our video! Let us know if you have any comments or questions below 👇 Guide: Jessica O'Neill #BritishMuseum #LondonWalk #FreeToursByFoot
Roy Stephenson, Head of Archaeological Collections and Archive gives us a glimpse into the Archaeological Archive at the Museum of London. You can find out more about the Archaeological Archive on our website: 🤍
🤍 As the world waits for the arrival of the newest member of the Royal Family, we showcase some of the royal baby clothing in the Museum of London's fashion and costume collection. Fashion Curator Timothy Long takes a look at some of the most exquisite pieces, including clothes worn by Queen Victoria's children.
And so far, it isn't giving them back. Subscribe to our channel! 🤍 Some of the world’s greatest cultural and historical treasures are housed in London’s British Museum, and a significant number of them were taken during Britain’s centuries-long imperial rule. In recent years, many of the countries missing their cultural heritage have been asking for some of these items back. Benin City in Nigeria is one of those places. They've been calling for the return of the Benin Bronzes, hundreds of artifacts looted in 1897 when British soldiers embarked a punitive expedition to Benin. Many are now housed in the British Museum. And it's just the beginning. As the world reckons with the damage inflicted during Europe’s colonial global takeover, the calls for these items to be returned are getting louder and louder. To dig deeper into the 1897 Benin Punitive Expedition and the Benin Bronzes check out this book by Staffan Lunden: 🤍 And this article in the Journal of African History by Philip A. Igbafe: 🤍 For more information on the two Benin Bronzes returned by Mark Walker, check out this piece by The Guardian: 🤍 Here are some links to learn more about the other contested items on the British Museum’s “Don’t Miss List” we reference in the video: Greece seeks return of Parthenon Marbles amid restoration project 🤍 Egypt called; it wants its Rosetta Stone back 🤍 Easter Islanders call for return of statue from British Museum 🤍 Tajik leader wants treasure from British Museum 🤍 Lastly, here is an opinion piece by prominent lawyer Geoffrey Robertson arguing why the pieces should be returned: 🤍 And here is another opinion piece by author Tiffany Jenkins arguing why the pieces should stay in Western museums: 🤍 Vox.com is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out 🤍. Watch our full video catalog: 🤍 Follow Vox on Facebook: 🤍 Or Twitter: 🤍
The British Museum, located in London, is a public institution dedicated to human history, art, and culture. Its permanent collection of eight million works is one of the largest and most comprehensive in the world, having been gathered widely during the era of the British Empire. It was the world's first public national museum. The Museum was established in 1753 and first opened to the public in 1759. Come and walk with me around and see some amazing Mummies from Egypt to Victorian England and so much more! Just in case you haven't you need to click THIS 👉 🤍 MORE LONDON VIDEOS 👉 🤍 HeyTripster offers you touristic and local information according to your preferences. They will not let you stuck in zillions of irrelevant and unreliable information. They plant a tree in the heart of the city for every plan you purchase. Travel while you erase your own carbon footprint! 👉 🤍 SUPPORT ME - to help me make more videos Become a Channel Member and get FREE STUFF 👉 🤍 Patreon 👉 🤍 PayPal 👉 🤍 Walk with me merchandise 👉 🤍 What I use to film and edit with 👉 🤍 SOCIAL MEDIA Twitter - 🤍TimWalkwithme Instagram - 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 Second channel 👉 🤍 MORE Videos Harrods London Tour 👉 🤍 Jack the Ripper Tour London 👉 🤍 WORST Rated Seaside 👉 🤍 WORST Rated Holiday Park 👉 🤍 Bournemouth Tour 👉 🤍 Where Millionaires live Sandbanks, Poole 👉 🤍 Mablethorpe 👉 🤍 Eastbourne & Beachy Head 👉 🤍 Hastings Tour 👉 🤍 Margate Seafront and Old Town Tour 👉 🤍 Scarborough Seafront Tour 👉 🤍 What's it like in Gibraltar 👉 🤍 Brancaster, North Norfolk 👉🤍 Blackpool Piers Tour 👉 🤍 Pleasure Beach Full Tour 👉 🤍 Skegness Tour 👉 🤍 Clacton Seafront Tour 👉 🤍 Oldest Holiday Park in the UK Tour 👉 🤍 California & Scratby Tour 👉 🤍 Brighton Tour 👉 🤍 Blackpool Tour 👉 🤍 Southend Tour 👉 🤍 Walton on the Naze Tour 👉 🤍 Norfolk Broads 👉 🤍 Clacton on Sea Tour 👉 🤍 Whitby Tour 👉 🤍 #Museum #BritishMuseumTour #London
This video has been designed for Key Stage 1 teachers and learners exploring the Great Fire of London. You can download activities to go with this video on 🤍museumoflondon.org.uk/schools/learning-resources/great-fire-london. Produced by the Reimagining the Restoration project, and funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, Grant ref. AH/W003651/1.
The Museum of the Home is housed in almshouses built in 1714. The money to build them came from Sir Robert Geffrye (1613–1704). In 1911 the London County Council (LCC) bought the building and gardens. The main reason was to save the gardens which represented 14% of the open space in Shoreditch, a densely populated area of London. Designers, artists and architects at the time were petitioning for an exhibition space for arts and crafts. The LCC saw that they could give new purpose to the almshouses by turning it into a museum. On 2 April 1914 the Geffrye Museum opened to the public. #MuseumOfTheHome #LondonMuseum #VirtualTourOfAMuseum #London #WalkingTour #WalkingVideo #VirtualTour #MuseumTour #HomeMuseum #LondonsBestMuseums #VisitLondon #ThingsToDoInLondon #LondonsMuseumOfTheHome #Museum #LondonWalkingTour
The Museum of London's Head of History Collections introduces us to some of the incredible treasures stored in the Museum of London's history collections which relate to London as a manufacturing and industrial centre. For more information or to arrange an academic visit please email info(at)museumoflondon.org.uk.
Most of what The Museum of London owns is hidden away in a warehouse near Hoxton - the museum just isn't large enough to display everything in its collection. We got a tour of the items which don't usually see the light of day, including the telephone exchange used at Buckingham Palace and some vehicles you don't find on the streets of London any longer.
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Beasts of London opens on Friday 5 April 2019. Book tickets now: 🤍 Step into an immersive tour through London’s history, narrated by the animals who once lived here. Beasts of London explores the fascinating role animals have played in shaping the capital. Be guided through time, from the Roman era through Medieval London and right up to present day, narrated by the beasts themselves. Discover how animals – from lions and elephants, to horses, rats and pigeons - have shaped the city and its beastly history. Inspired by objects in our collection and created in partnership with the Guildhall School of Music & Drama, Beasts of London will be a fully interactive digital installation using video projection mapping. Connect with the Museum of London 🤍 🤍 🤍
To mark Windrush Day, we are releasing some exclusive content from our galleries, collections and archives. (c) Pathe From never-heard-before oral histories to articles exploring our extensive photography collection, we have curated a selection of content that explores the history of the Afro-Caribbean community in London for you to discover. Find out more on our 'Windrush Stories' page: 🤍 Connect with us on social: 🤍 🤍 🤍
Hello wanderers! One minute tour of the British museum! Let’s go! #london #england #britishmuseum ——————————————————— Bit of a Wander is a POV virtual exploration account - slow TV - that explores locations primarily in the southeastern United States. Small towns, historic places, natural areas, and large cities. We do walking, dashcam, and scenery! Please subscribe and hit the bell for videos every week! Comment or like if you are so moved, I would love to know what you think of the walks! You can also follow me on Instagram or Twitter - 🤍bitofawander #travel #virtualwalks#exploration —————————————— FAQ What camera do you use? I shoot most walks on a DJI Pocket 2 - and sometimes my iPhone 12 Pro Max. For drives, it's the same cameras - but on a dashcam mount. Where do you live? I live in the southeastern United States. Kentucky, specifically. What do you do for a living? I work in the coffee industry. That’s all you’ll get from me on that 😂👍🏻 How do you pick the locations that you film? I film in places that I go for work, and also in places that I travel to - finding amazing travel deals is a bit of a hobby of mine. How can you support the channel? - I have a “buy me a coffee” page. All donations go towards travel, gas, supplies for the channel. 🤍 - You can also get some sweet gear at the Bit of a Store at: 🤍bitofastore.com - Soon you will be able to become a member on YouTube! Do you have other websites and channels? Yup. - Check me out on Instagram or Twitter - 🤍bitofawander - You can also find my photography at 🤍bitofawander.com - you can download photos there too! Just not for commercial use please. - The gear shop is open at 🤍bitofastore.com - Check out my LoFi playlist on Spotify too! 🤍 Thanks everyone! All content on this channel is created and owned by me. Unless given specific permission, you cannot use this content for any purpose without express permission. For business inquiries, please reach out to bitofawander🤍gmail.com - thank you.
Descubra os highlights do Museu de Ciências de Londres. Fundado em 1857, o museu (que é gratuito) é um dos mais visitados da cidade com quase 3 milhões de visitantes por ano! Legendas disponível em português e inglês - só clicar no ícone abaixo do vídeo para escolher a sua Faça parte da Cultura Inglesa: 🤍
Top 10 things to do in London video is sponsored by ⭐GetYourGuide⭐ The best way to book your London experiences 👉 🤍 (all London activities) 👈 ⬇ More links ⬇ Westminster: 🤍 London Eye: 🤍 Tower of London: 🤍 Buckingham palace: 🤍 London pass: 🤍 British Museum: 🤍 🔥📚 LONDON PDF Guide ONLY $6.99 👉 🤍 🔥 WATCH ALSO: Know before you visit London: 🤍 London in 1 day: 🤍 DON'Ts of England (U.K. Travel Guide): 🤍 In this video, you’ll see the Top 10 things to see and do in London, UK plus a bonus tip at the end of the video. The suggestions are based on our multiple trips to London. Here are our top 10 picks. CHAPTERS: 0:00 Intro 0:35 10. Big Ben, Palace of Westminster, Westminster Abbey. 1:21 9. Camden Town, Camden Market, Camden Lock 2:07 8. MUSEUMS: The British Museum, Natural History Museum, Science Museum 3:03 7. Covent Garden & Covent Market 3:53 6. London Eye 4:26 5. Little Venice, Paddington Basin 4:54 4. Buckingham Palace, Guard mounting timetable: 🤍 6:32 3. SHOPPING: Oxford Street, Soho, Carnaby street, Liberty London, Piccadilly Circus, Harrods, Cyber dog store 7:28 2. PARKS & GARDENS: Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens & Kensington, Italian Gardens, The Regent's Park 8:08 1. Tower Bridge, Tower of London, Roman Wall 8:47 BONUS #london #uk #travelguide