Tuesday, 28 February 2017

Museum of London - What's on in March?

What's on in March?
Fire! Fire! is drawing to a close. If you haven't done so yet make a visit to this 'vivid, gutsy' exhibition on the Great Fire of 1666 at the Museum of London.

Take a tour of the museum's vintage wedding dress collection at our Glamorous brides: East End weddings between the wars talk on 31 March. You can also catch our popular forensic workshop Close to the bone on 3 March and the next talk in the City | Space | Video games series, which will be a discussion on how music affects the way we play video games, on 27 March.

Check out the links below for a full range of walks, tours, workshops and family events available this month.
Events in March
Docks after dark
Tue 7, 14 & 21 Mar, 6.30pm
Museum of London Docklands
Don't miss your last chance to take our ghost tour and visit the most haunted spots of our 19th century warehouse. A glass of prosecco is included on arrival.
Tour the Thames: liquid history
Thu 23 Mar, 1.45pm
Get immersed in the untold stories of the River Thames, including smugglers, mudlarks and the whaling industry, on an expert guided boat trip.
Make it - crafts workshops
Sat 25 Mar, 10am & 1.30pm
Museum of London
Dip-dye your own drum lampshade and use decoupage to transform a plain glass tea-light holder at these crafts workshops. Suitable for beginners.
Walks and tours
Various dates and times
Onsite and off-site locations
Explore gruesome crimes of the East End, visit London's past secret theatre spots and discover the role religion, myths and superstition have played in the lives of ordinary Londoners since prehistory on a walk or tour.
Family events
Your East End
Sat 18 - Sun 19 Mar, 12pm
Museum of London Docklands
Explore the diverse and exciting stories of East London with crafts, workshops and performances from local talent at this free family festival developed in partnership with the local community.
Families find out
Sat 11 - Sun 12 Mar, 11am
Museum of London
Investigate the Great Fire of London with real science experts.  Grab a lab coat and safety goggles and take part in hands on activities and experiments as part of British Science Week.
Discover articles
Guess the Medieval mystery object >
Can you figure out what each of these strange-looking artefacts was used for in 13th century London?
Excavating Tunnel: the Archaeology of Crossrail >
Curator Jackie Keily digs deep on the incredible archaeological sites revealed during construction of the new Elizabeth Line..