A museum that is firmly rooted in the local community and the history of one particular clan
This impressive new art museum houses the art collection of a construction magnate
Heritage sites are wising up to the fact that there is money to be made from hiring their assets out for use on film and television. But what happens when a show becomes a cult hit?
Microscope specimen slides, 19th century, St Albans Museum
How museums are using exhibitions and wellbeing programmes to help people improve their mental health
A community venue that is truly for the people, by the people
This cultural landmark is opening up the pages of Ireland’s rich literary heritage to a wider audience
Janita Bagshawe, the head of Brighton’s Royal Pavilion & Museums, on moving to trust status
The sector would be unable to operate effectively without its front-of-house staff. So why do they feel underpowered and undervalued?
Museums are reaching new audiences by setting up pop-ups in empty shops, markets, pubs and other unusual spaces
Silver trencher plate, 1681-82, made in the workshop of Mary King and owned by diarist Samuel Pepys, Museum of London
This venue scores highly in its efforts to celebrate the history of the game