📢 Tonight! Celebrate the cultural diversity of the Arctic at our special Online Late, presented in partnership with @BorderCrossings.

Enjoy back-to-back performances from extraordinary Arctic artists, poets and musicians at 18.30 GMT: t.co/fCn9i24NZx t.co/WoJ0DE3UOZ

Discover more objects relating to disability in the collection, and find out more about accessibility at the Museum in our blog: t.co/jRZfDNhxlI

Emma Brown chose this prosthetic toe made in Egypt 2,600 years ago

‘I’m particularly interested in this object not only for its functional use, but also for its aesthetic appeal, which gives us an insight into the life and status of the wearer.’ t.co/jRZfDNhxlI t.co/n5vqrpUCWS

Emma Brown chose this prosthetic toe made in Egypt over 3,000 years ago.
‘I’m particularly interested in this object not only for its functional use, but also for its aesthetic appeal, which gives us an insight into the life and status of the wearer.’ t.co/YKXjDLUsLd t.co/FukhDlSRNt

Today is

To mark the occasion, we’re exploring some ongoing research into the history of disability in the collection through six objects selected by staff and volunteers – find out more here:
t.co/YKXjDLUsLd t.co/ItxtmbagZD

RT @LRB: On Not Going Home: Writing about exile from the LRB archive, featuring Isaac Bashevis Singer, Mahmoud Darwish, James Wood and the @britishmuseum: t.co/ETOjm8wFXp

RT @englishpen: Don't miss our fourth and final event in the series with @britishmuseum on 8 Dec. Featuring Edmund de Waal, Alia Trabucco Zerán, @SelmaDabbagh and @philippesands. Book your free place here: t.co/kFtXJysrke

If you can’t visit in person yet, don’t worry – you can find all our favourite ways to enjoy the Museum from home in this blog: t.co/SCHcrFUZag t.co/u1TvKjXhDf

We’re open! 🏛🎉

We’re delighted to be opening our doors again and can’t wait to welcome you back.

Find all our visiting information and book your timed tickets here: t.co/cFE2G3fRQJ t.co/lfQNweS93O

RT @BorderCrossings: Two days to go! ⌛

Don't forget to set your Youtube reminders t.co/nWqXpypSUW

Magnetic North is presented in partnership with @britishmuseum and is part of the public programme accompanying the Citi exhibition Arctic: culture and climate. t.co/3Ot4ltEhdY

Thanks to all who have remembered the Museum by leaving a gift in their wills. Gifts like these support a range of projects including preservation of the collection for the benefit of future generations t.co/W46PWcEJue t.co/N9AQD1zcvQ

Our wonderful volunteers support the Museum in almost every area of activity, both behind the scenes and front of house. Read more about becoming a volunteer at the Museum here: t.co/ZCRVOGAwk1 📸 2019 t.co/12PLHXqArD

We’re grateful for Members’ contributions and donations which have been a lifeline that will continue to have a major impact in the years ahead. Find out more about Membership: t.co/VcQuAXqxdk t.co/KLo2O0PjrC

Donations have an immediate impact by enabling us to care for, research and share the collection. Find out how you can support the Museum here: t.co/i34EYxOx0l t.co/z4JP6Rw97V

This we’d like to thank everyone who has supported the Museum this year. Your generosity is helping us respond to the challenges caused by Covid-19 t.co/i34EYxOx0l t.co/FzDno2DjXp

RT @BritishAcademy_: Explore history & culture in the @britishmuseum's through a series of free online events. On 17 Dec, Professor Julia Black FBA will interview former Governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney, on whether we can become net carbon zero: t.co/fhkHfYb2j1

@beam_ld Book your place for our free Online Late, taking place on Thursday 3 December, when we’ll be celebrating the importance and cultural diversity of the Arctic with Indigenous storytellers, poets, musicians and more: t.co/HohiTe3X0T
In partnership with @BorderCrossings t.co/H2nYZ63pjE

The lighting in our is inspired by how the light changes throughout the year in the most northerly place in the world.

See how the light changes behind Piita Irniq’s Inuksuk sculpture.

Book tickets: t.co/tryWNNQ8yR @beam_ld t.co/dzsLQYFe9C

Find out more about where to stay, when to visit, and how best to enjoy the cultural delights of Osaka in our historical travel guide: t.co/ACf0OP06wL t.co/onuJ6pNfvM

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