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  • The Yorkshire Museum, York
    Boasting several star objects, this £2m revamp is bound to attract lots of visitors, but it's the overall level of detail that will impress, says Peter Lewis
    Museums Journal
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    04.01.2011
  • Opening this month
    From Vivienne Westwood shoes to paintings of Dorset's movers and shakers in the 18th century, Geraldine Kendall selects the pick of January's exhibitions
    Museums Journal
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    04.01.2011
  • Havering Museum, Romford
    This labour of love has emerged as a well-thought-out snapshot of the history of the London borough – with a healthy dose of nostalgia thrown in, writes Maria Blyzinsky
    Museums Journal
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    04.01.2011
  • Strawberry Hill House, Twickenham
    The £9m restoration of Horace Walpole's stunning 18th-century Gothic castle may have taken its time, but the wait has been worthwhile, says Jonathan Conlin
    Museums Journal
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    04.01.2011
  • Books: The Social Work of Museums
    Myna Trustram is impressed by the book's broad scope and its impassioned portrayal of the issues, but wonders whether it takes things a little too far
    Museums Journal
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    04.01.2011
  • Wedgwood Museum, Stoke-on-Trent
    Maria Blyzinsky is impressed by the Wedgwood Museum's combination of social history, manufacturing techniques and the tale of a local boy made good
    Museums Journal
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    February 2009
  • Byzantium 330-1453, Royal Academy of Arts, London
    Jane Weeks is dazzled by the Royal Academy's enlightening study of the art from the Byzantine empire
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    February 2009
  • Clocks and Watches Gallery, British Museum, London
    Peter Lewis finds a new gallery dedicated to timekeeping ticks all the right boxes
    Museums Journal
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    February 2009
  • Book review: City Museums and City Development
    If cities are mutable beasts, how can museums capture them? Timothy Mason considers a book that takes the challenge
    Museums Journal
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    February 2009
  • Jack the Ripper and the East End, Museum in Docklands, London
    Rachel Souhami says the Docklands Museum's big draw show is strong on social history, but fails to link this with the Whitechapel murders themselves
    Museums Journal
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    July 2008
  • Lindow Man: a Bog Body Mystery, Manchester Museum
    Stuart Burch on why an exhibition about the preserved body known as Lindow Man raises a whole host of questions that museums are currently grappling with
    Museums Journal
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    July 2008
  • Head of Steam, Darlington Railway Museum, County Durham
    Poor quality displays and a patronising tone at Darlington's rebranded railway museum sends Peter Lewis off the tracks
    Museums Journal
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    July 2008
  • Museum of Childhood, Sudbury Hall, Derbyshire
    The National Trust's revamped museum successfully stimulates its visitors' imaginations and childhood reminiscences, writes Vicky Brightman
    Museums Journal
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    July 2008
  • Book review: Open-Air Museums: The History and Future of a Visionary Idea
    When the first open-air museum was opened in Stockholm, half a million people - nearly twice the city's population - flocked to its unique attractions, writes Jonathan Wallis
    Museums Journal
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    July 2008