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The Heritage Lottery Fund has chosen five projects which "celebrate the breadth of the UK's heritage" in a potential round of funding worth £18 million.
The tower's new permanent display charts a Mint history, from Isaac Newton's time as an astute Warden to a pair of iron dies used to cast coins under Edward III.
Glasgow's museum of transport and travel has beaten 40 rivals from across Europe to a prestigious international prize.
A century after Harry Brearley hit upon the formula for "rustless" steel, a renamed room and two displays at Kelham Island Museum honour the Sheffield lad's achievements.
From a Bank Holiday party in Cambridge to the inspiring Museums at Night and the opening of the £27 million Mary Rose Museum, here are our history highlights this month.
Ahead of his Museums at Night public sculpture project at the Ironbridge Gorge industrial heritage site on May 18, sculptor Julian Wild talks to Mark Sheerin about his ambitious plans.
Representing a collaborative effort between curators in Belper, Buxton and Derby, a new exhibition features some inspiring examples from Derbyshire's creative history.
Who knew about the impact stainless steel had in Walsall? A new show reveals a design dream created by a husband and wife unimpressed with their cleaning nearly a century ago.
There are Secrets of the Royal Bedchambers and Olympic flashbacks in London. It's also Beamish's birthday, and Arbeia Fort and Museum, in South Shields, is back open.
From dress-like overalls during the 1920s to the nylon jackets of the 1960s and 1970s, a nostalgic exhibition in Walsall collates workwear from local factories.
The National Railway Museum will appoint independent engineers in a bid to complete the restoration project on the famous 4472 locomotive.
Taking inspiration from a factory which used to be the largest source of employment in the town, artist Elaine Lim-Newton has created a sci-fi style electricity sculpture.
Cars, cows, aluminium and mobile phones feature among 1,200 objects and 20 interactive exhibits in a new gallery charting Birmingham's productive past.
The Servants’ Hall at Harewood House is hosting an extraordinary exhibition of ordinary, useful tools considered as works of art by collector David Usborne.
Unwrap the business of chocolate making during the past 250 years in a new show in Bristol inviting visitors to follow the entire chocolate making process.