Gulbenkian Prize For Museum Of The Year - Readers Poll

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Shows a photograph of a metallic robot with camera lenses for eyes and a smiling red mouth.

Photo: a very happy eMo in the Futures Gallery at Thinktank, Birmingham's museum of science and discovery. Courtesy of Thinktank.

The Gulbenkian Prize for Museum of the Year is the UK's largest arts prize and with the judges in the process of picking the winner, we want to know what you think.

Click on one of the links below to vote for the shortlisted museum or gallery you think should be on the receiving end of £100,000.

Shows a photograph of two of the children from St Mary's and St Paul's Primary School filming a scene for the project.

Photo: staff at Prescot Museum and children from St Mary’s and St Paul’s school in Prescot worked together on a community history project. © Prescot Museum, Knowsley.

To vote for Thintank in Birmingham, click here.

To vote for the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art in Edinburgh, click here.

To vote for the Gallery of Modern Art in Glasgow, click here.

To vote for the National Trust, Sutton House in Hackney click here.

To vote for the Henry Moore Institute in Leeds, click here.

To vote for the Royal Armouries in Leeds, click here.

To vote for Prescot Museum in Merseyside, click here.

To vote for Museum of Antiquities in Newcastle upon Tyne, click here.

To vote for Pembrokeshire Museum Service in Wales, click here.

To vote for Clifton Park Museum in Rotherham, click here.

To vote for Norton Priory Museum in Runcorn, click here.

To vote for Tyne & Wear Museums, Segedunum in Wallsend, click here.

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