Which exhibits are on display at the British Museum?

Which exhibits are on display at the British Museum?

International touring exhibitions

  • Egyptian mummies: exploring ancient lives. On world tour . 19 Sep 2020 – 21 Mar 2021. On world tour.
  • Rome: city and empire. On world tour . 6 Feb 2021 – 8 Oct 2022. On world tour.
  • Ancient Greeks: athletes, warriors and heroes. On world tour . 20 Jun 2021 – 16 Oct 2022. On world tour.

What exhibitions are currently on in London?

What exhibitions are open in London now?

  • Hogarth and Europe at Tate Britain.
  • Life Between Islands: Caribbean-British Art 1950s-Now at Tate Britain.
  • Francis Bacon: Man and Beast at Royal Academy of Arts.
  • Van Gogh.
  • Louise Bourgeois The Woven Child at Hayward Gallery.
  • Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirror Rooms at Tate Modern.

What exhibitions are on at the London museums?

Best 10 museum exhibitions in London 2022

  • Harry Potter Photographic Exhibition at The London Film Museum.
  • AmazĂ´nia at the Science Museum.
  • Titanic: The Exhibition at Dock X London.
  • FabergĂ© in London: Romance to Revolution at the Victoria and Albert Musuem.
  • Ancient Greeks: Science and Wisdom at Science Museum.

How many exhibits does the British Museum have?

The British Museum collection totals at least 8 million objects. Roughly 80,000 objects are on public display at the British Museum in Bloomsbury at any one time.

How many exhibits are in the British Museum?

What exhibitions are on in London in February 2022?

The Top 12 Exhibitions To See In February 2022

  • The Bob Marley One Love Experience at Saatchi Gallery.
  • Van Gogh Self Portraits at The Courtauld Gallery.
  • Orchids at Kew Gardens.
  • Louise Bourgeois: The Woven Child at Hayward Gallery.
  • Stephen Hawking at Work at Science Museum.
  • Beatrix Potter: Drawn to Nature at V&A.

What is the most famous object in the British Museum?

The Rosetta stone
The Rosetta stone is the Museum’s most popular exhibit, so don’t leave without seeing it for yourself. The Rosetta Stone bears the priestly decree concerning Ptolemy V in three blocks of text in three different languages.