Exhibitions and installations
Explore temporary exhibitions and permanent installations on at the Museum.
The Museum's Rooms Through Time have been restyled for the Winter Festival with a multi-sensory storytelling approach, offering new sounds, smells, sights and stories across the room sets. Discover how winter has changed London homes through the last 400 years.
More to explore in Rooms Through Time Continued
There are many stories and voices missing from our Rooms Through Time. We want to work with our visitors and communities to understand what the rooms could look like if we were to rethink who they are about.
Women's Weeds: The hidden history of women in medicine
Available on Bloomberg Connects
Women’s Weeds is an audio installation in our Gardens Through Time by Dr Romany Reagan, exploring the complex ways in which women contributed to science and why their stories have been lost.
An ever changing composition of word and sound by writer Maria Fusco with composer Olivier Pasquet
In the Undercroft
A multimedia artwork by local schoolchildren exploring Hackney in 2050.
In the Rooms Through Time continued
Rhymes Through Time
Exploring the role of children in the home through poetry and interactive design.
Through the Rooms Through Time
Installations in the community
What's your cup of tea?
A project working with the local community in Hackney to create a custom tea blend.