Cycling weekend at Mus of Lon/Estuary exhibition in Docklands
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If they aren't, the details of the weekend's
Summer of cycling family festivalare at:
If you haven't already seen it, I am recommending the exhibition "Estuary" at the Mus of London Docklands. I thought I'd be in and out within 30 minutes tops. Two hours later I finally set off from here to the cycling exhibtion in the foyer and on a wall outside of the Mus of Lon. Where I also tarried longer than anticipated.
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September at the Museum of London
Celebrate London's cycling past and future at our free family festival, go behind the scenes for Open Weekend, and get ready for our dazzling jewellery season.
Come cycle! Cheapside Hoard eventsA series of dazzling events will accompany our major exhibition, The Cheapside Hoard: London's Lost Jewels. Join us at the Museum of London for glitzy workshops and immersive performance at http://museumoflondon.pmailuk.com/bnmailweb/ct?d=BohXSQK_AAMAAAIGAABw3A, and discover hidden gems in the museum's archaeological archive on our Diamonds in the Rough tour.
Up in SmokeFri 6 & Sat 7 September, 11am – 12.30pm & 2-3.30pm
This week is the 397th anniversary of the Great Fire of London. Join us at the archaeological archive to sift through the ashes of London's history on this tour of charred finds.
Small screen LondonSat 7 & 14 September, 11am – 1pm
Inspired by Cover Story: Radio Times at 90 exhibition at the Museum of London, visit some of the capital's fascinating small-screen haunts and walk down the street where the first television was ever watched.
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Open House LondonSat 21 & Sun 22 September
Over 800 buildings of all kinds open their doors for tours and events during Open London weekend. Don't miss the chance to see our Roman bathhouse and fort gate, and go behind the scenes at the museum.
Inspired by the Estuary Dagenham © Jock McFadyen A Material ConnectionOpen until 15 January 2014
Original papers offering fascinating insights into slave plantations in the Caribbean are now on display at the Museum of London Docklands, marking the International Day for the Remembrance of the Slave Trade and of its Abolition.
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#LookAgain #Lookagain at the Museum of London and the Museum of London Docklands to see the city in a new way. Can you spot your favourite object or gallery in our fun new video?
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Sherlock HolmesA major exhibition on Sherlock Holmes will open in autumn 2014. Keep up with the trail towards the opening as we release clues about the exhibition on Facebook and Twitter. Under 5s term dates Pearly silks and royaltea Pearly King Collar by Cléo Ferin Mercury>>>>>>>>>>Add this email address to your safe-senders list to ensure <<<<<<<<<<
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V&A and Qatar Museums Authority
21 September – 19 January 2014
Explore the history of pearls from the Early Roman Empire to the present day and experience their beauty and allure, long associated with wealth, royalty and glamour.
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> Find out moreThe Mayor's Thames Festival
6-15 September 2013
10 days celebrating London's iconic river. Art, performance, boats, walks, talks...and all things Thames. Full festival at thamesfestival.org
Urban Wandering – Film and the London Landscape
A major cinema season exploring London on film, featuring talks by Iain Sinclair, Will Self, Mike Leigh and more.
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