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Shakespeare's First Folio and a pair of Iron Age gold torcs will switch homes between the Yorkshire Museum and Craven Museum in a four-month switch.
Hull curators call for photos of public at play in museum plan to raise smiles with Beryl Cook selfies
Ahead of an exhibition of the works of painter Beryl Cook celebrating the joys of working and playing hard, curators in Hull are calling on the public to join the show.
It might be Ragnarok - the apocalypse as predicted in Norse legend - on Saturday, but the annual Viking Festival is promising to give everyone a memorable end to life on earth.
A Valentine's Day card from 1900, sporting real hair in part of a moustache attached to it, shows the Victorians were often far from prim and proper, say curators.
Its Dominion of Canada and Dwight D Eisenhower sister engines are off to Chesterfield this weekend, but the finale of a year-long celebration, in Shildon, awaits Mallard next week.
A year after DNA tests confirmed the body of Richard III had been found, Leicester Cathedral and the descendents of the King have launched campaigning websites.
Ten penguins will take over three levels of swimming and diving pools, nesting areas and beaches in Hull. The theme, say curators, is based around an abandoned Antarctic port.
Having welcomed a quarter of a million people to its Mallard 75 celebrations, the National Railway Museum invited a dance squad to see off two of the American engines.
A "hidden element" which could have scuppered the plan to return the iconic train to the mainline railway will prove straightforward to solve, according to engineers.
The co-editor of a new monograph on Scarborough's enigmatic skeleton tells us about the extensive examinations carried out on Britain's best-preserved Bronze Age man.
Contained in two diaries dating from 1917 and 1918, the scribblings of a soldier from the Palestine Campaign have left curators in York looking for shorthand interpreters.
From the surreal works of graffiti writer-turned-street artist Florence Blanchard to the cartoonish illustrations of Kid Acne, a new exhibition revels in a creative renaissance.
A wealthy Viking's life savings, including pieces originating from Scandinavia, Russia and Ireland, has gone on show at the Yorkshire Museum as part of a two-month appeal.
The public will be able to sign up to a regiment and discover the surprising global truth of World War I in a major centenary exhibition in York this summer.
Yorkshire lays on a typically diverse programme of art once again. Here are our top Yorkshire art exhibition picks for 2014.