Big Pit: National Mining Museum of Wales hopes to win the accolade for one of the birthplaces of the industrial world. Courtesy Big Pit, NGMW.
**Voting is now closed**
Judges are now in the process of visiting the museums shortlisted for the UK’s largest arts prize, the third Gulbenkian Prize for Museum of the Year. Here at the 24 Hour Museum, we want to know who you think should win the prize.
Click on one of the links below to vote for the shortlisted museum you think should received the £100,000, or to read about how the venue became a contender, click on the museum name. These will become clickable as the features are published on the 24 Hour Museum.
Birmingham's Back to Backs give a taste of home life during the Industrial Revolution and beyond. © NTPL/Dennis Gilbert
To vote for Big Pit: National Mining Museum of Walesat Blaenafon, click here.
To vote for , click here.
To vote for Locomotion: the National Railway Museum at Shildon in County Durham, click here.