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A watercolour by the celebrated Flemish painter Joris Hoefnagel depicting Henry VIII's fabled lost palace of Nonsuch has been 'saved for the nation' by the V&A.
Archaeologists have unearthed yet more treasures and the original stage during their dig at the Shakespearean Curtain Theatre in London's Shoreditch.
Staff at the The Dickens Museum have found themselves swinging from dismay to elation as X-rays have been used to investigate the truth hidden inside a treasured portrait of Catherine Dickens by Daniel Maclise.
Are museums the right place for discussions about social issues, and should their exhibitions tackle them? Rachel Teskey takes a look at the Wellcome's new show, which starts with the 13th century......
Jarvis Cocker curates a new exhibition in London based on his 90s Outsider Art series Journeys to the Outside
Nek Chand, the self-taught Indian who made an 18-acre rock sculpture garden, and St Eom, a visionary from Georgia responsible for a seven-acre artscape, are part of The Gallery of Everything.
Back in the city for a third outing, the latest Bridget Jones film visits locations it might not have been allowed into back in 2001, say its producers.
Medieval ice skates and a 1,800-year-old dog skull: 17 archaeological treasures from the Museum of London
In 1975, the General Post Office on Newgate Street became one of the largest archaeological sites ever dug in London. Now some of its most prized finds have gone on display. Here are 17 of them.
Five of the 20 individuals tested in a laboratory in Germany have shown traces of Yersina pestis - the pathogen of the 1665 plague which killed nearly a quarter of London's population.
When infants were admitted to the Foundling Hospital, feeding horns - which had become popular devices during the Middle Ages - frequently came in use.
A custom-designed laser light show, unseen concert footage and construction pieces from the tours for The Dark Side of the Moon, The Wall and The Division Bell will feature in a major exhibition......
From Auschwitz and Lenin's Tomb to the Great Wall of China and Stonehenge, see alternative shots of some of the world's best-known sites - as seen by photographer Oliver Curtis.
"He emanated grace": Bobby Moore's daughter on her father and creating a "beautiful, significant" artwork to celebrate the 1966 World Cup
Bobby Moore's daughter, Roberta, on commissioning a sculpture of the World Cup-winning England captain.
Vanessa Bell's oil paintings as well as ceramics, fabrics, works on paper and photographs will be showcased in the first major solo exhibition of her work at Dulwich Picture Gallery in February 2017.
These classic pieces of vinyl explore the experience of the 20th century through shellac and vinyl, celebrating the history of Jewish musicians, composers, music producers and songwriters.
At the end of last year, new Museum of the Year winners the V&A opened their seven-gallery Europe 1600-1815 spaces. The expansive five-year project involved 1,100 objects. Here are 11 of them.