Blog Posts - History Museum



London's wonderful Christmas lights and trees

London looks brilliant any time of the year but in the build up to Christmas London dresses up in its very best festive lights and trees pop up all over the city.  I'd love to show you a few of the fabulous sights to enjoy right now in London. &...

5 Free Things To Do In London With A Toddler

We love living in the country. Ok, maybe that’s a slight embellishment as we actually live in a semi-rural location, but “we love living in a semi-rural location” doesn’t quite have the same ring about it. For us, we have the...
by The DADventurer on Jan 29, 2016

On the footsteps of Ho Chi Minh in Hanoi

Ho Chí Minh was born as son of a teacher in poor conditions on May 19, 1890. But already in his early youth, he developed an aversion to the French colonialists. A peasant demonstration in Hue, where he acted as interpreter, ended in the hail of bul...
by Travel Video Blog on Dec 31, 2015

FDCP offices move to downtown Manila on T.M. Kalaw Street

The offices of the Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) have moved to a new location (the former premises of Instituto Cervantes de Manila) on TM Kalaw Street, Ermita, Manila. The National Film Archives of the Philippines (NFAP) will al...
by The Intersections & Beyond on Dec 20, 2015

Christmas in London

London in November and December is a magical place. There is so much to see and do and decorations are usually lighting the way. Here's a list of some excellent things to be getting up to this winter. The post Christmas in London appeared first on eT...
by eTravelTrips on Dec 17, 2015

Literary Tourism: Salem, Massachusetts

Salem is a town rich in literary and cultural history and a prime example of the beauty of the North Shore. Here’s what you need to know to plan your visit. (And here’s a handy dandy map marking all the … Continued The post Literary Tou...
by Book Riot on Dec 6, 2015

T-Rex dressing up with Pretend to Bee

Monkey, like most boys his age, is totally obsessed with dinosaurs.  He’s had so much fun recently taking things to another level with some T-Rex dressing up with Pretend to Bee. you may remember that Monkey put their Pilot’s outfit to...
by Over 40 and a Mum to One on Dec 4, 2015

Best Art Museums

Who says you can’t take a vacation that revolves around art? Who says that it would be boring to wander through art museum after art museum? Well, they’re wrong. If you have a passion for art, then... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my...
by Travel on Nov 24, 2015

2015 Wildlife Photographer of the Year Winners

This year's winners of the London Natural History Museum's prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition were selected from over 42,000 entries. The post 2015 Wildlife Photographer of the Year Winners appeared first on WebEcoist.
by WebEcoist on Nov 3, 2015

A Wander through Waikato Museum

I’ve been meaning to visit our local museum for ages. I’ve walked past it so many times, on Hamilton’s main street, overlooking the Waikato River. It’s free to enter, except for a couple of children’s exhibitions, and doesn’t take that lo...
by POMS AWAY! on Oct 28, 2015

Save the Wildlife Garden at the Natural History Museum

by wembleymatters on Oct 17, 2015

Discover Glorious Roman Britain at Hadrian’s Wall in North England

Hear the clanging of swords on shields during a military training… The murmur of men stacking stone after stone…. Steam hissing in the bath house… When you close your... You just finished reading Discover Glorious...
by The Travel Tester on Aug 25, 2015

The technology around us is changing very fast. Even if you are 17 year old, you can already find your first computer equipment or electronic toy in a museum. Last weekend, I had a chance to visit Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA. If yo...
by Daily PLM Think Tank on Aug 25, 2015

London on a Budget!

Being such an expensive city, travelers are always looking for ways to save money while in London. The strength of the Pound mandates that tourists must look for ways to stretch their dollar, and make every penny count. Here are some helpful tourist...
by Ed Unloaded on Aug 18, 2015

National History museum of Krakow

The national history museum of Krakow hosts a Polish armory collection, an internal decoration collection and a modern arts collection.It's a museum worth to visit. It is housed in an old huge "communist" building.The highlights of this museums are t...

A Sturbridge Village Learning Experience

The girls enjoy some candy and fudge in front of a gift shop at Old Sturbridge VillageThis week, I took my daughter and her friend to Old Sturbridge Village in Massachusetts. The Village is the largest living history museum in New England on over 200...
by ArchivesInfo on Jul 24, 2015

Old Museum – Altes Museum – Berlin

The Old Museum (Altes Museum) on Museum Island in Berlin houses the Greek, Etruscan and Roman antiquities collection. The entrance area forms a rotunda, which is derived from the Roman pantheon. In the niches you see statues that have been acquired b...
by Travel Video Blog on Jul 22, 2015

Ida Bell Wells

“Ida B. Wells”Ida Bell Wells-Barnett (born in Holly Springs, Mississippi July 16, 1862 – Still in Chicago, Illinois March 25, 1931) is an African American journalist, editor and her husband owned a newspaper. It is a leader in the e...
by World Free Pictures on Jul 16, 2015

Celtic world Froeg

The Celtic World Froeg is located in Rosegg, a village approx. 6 km from Velden at the Woerthersee, Austria. Already 3.000 years ago the Celts settled here. The Celt world Frög shows testimonials of this epoch in a vivid way. After Hallstatt, Froeg...
by Travel Video Blog on Jun 21, 2015

Girona Cathedral

The Cathedral of Saint Mary of Girona is the most famous church in the city. The construction of this monumental building lasted over 400 years. The construction started in the 14th century, however, the vault was only completed in the 18th century.
by Travel Video Blog on Jun 17, 2015


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