British Museum

  • About
    The British Museum holds in trust for the nation and the world a collection of art and antiquities from ancient and living cultures. Housed in one of Britain's architectural landmarks, the collection is one of the finest in existence, spanning two million years of human history. Access to the collections is free.

    The British Museum was founded in 1753 to promote universal understanding through the arts, natural history and science in a public museum. Since its foundation, the British Museum has been guided by three important principles: that the collections are held in perpetuity in their entirety; that they are widely available to all who seek to enjoy and learn from them and that they are curated by full-time specialists.

    The British Museum's international standing and its key role in the display of the world's and nation's heritage make it one of the most-visited public buildings in London, contributing to its cultural and economic life. London's largest covered public square, the Great Court has changed the face of Bloomsbury as a cultural quarter.

    As a social enterprise the British Museum has exceptional reach. It creates a context in which cultures can be seen, experienced and studied in depth or compared and contrasted across time and space to inspire and delight over five million visitors a year. Through its public, curatorial, exhibition and education programmes the Museum engages with the public to advance understanding of the collections and cultures they represent.

    Opening times

    Great Court
    Early or late, relax with a book or meal in the Museum's magnificent Great Court.
    Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 09.00–18.00
    Thursday, Friday, Saturday 09.00–23.00

    Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 10.00–17.30
    Thursday and Friday 10.00–20.30
    including special exhibitions

    Paul Hamlyn Library opening hours
    Saturday - Wednesday
    Thursday 10.00–20.30
    Friday 12.00–20.30

    The Museum will be closed
    1 January, Good Friday, 24-26 December
  • Address
    Great Russell Street
    WC1B 3DG
  • Website

Connected Mandy members:

Dina Dean
Dina Dean
2018, S & W
Charity Gala guest
Matthew Coulton
2018, Rodin: Feet of Clay
William Rothenstein / W.E. Henley / Dalout
Lloyd Morris
Lloyd Morris
2018, Rodin and his London friends
Clive Greenwood
2018, Lost in Translation
Professor Coffinberry
Michelle Gordon
2018, Gold Digger
Museum Visitor
Monty Evans
Monty Evans
Sound No.2 / A2
2018, Awards Ceremony
Grace Lambert
Christopher Jones
Christopher Jones
Scenic Artist
2016, Various museum installs ( incld: V&A and British Museum)
Set Painter
Mohsen Ghaffari
2016, Millions of Years
Choir Member
Temple Cundall
2016, Jason Bourne
Film Extra
Ada Burke
Ada Burke
2016, Children of War
Rachel Hancock
Rachel Hancock
Assistant Stage Manager
2016, Akhnaten Community Project
Stage Manager
Haruka Kuroda
2015, Tokaido Road
Curtis Chadwick
Curtis Chadwick
Sound Technician
2015, The Bacchae
Associate Sound Designer/Sound #1
Amelie Edwards
2015, Romeo and Juliet
Meg McNaughton
2015, Indigenous Australia - British Museum
Ava Pickett
Ava Pickett
2015, Illiad
John Lomas
John Lomas
2014, Vikings!
Vagn Arnasson
Sam Kahn
Sam Kahn
Fight Director
2014, Vikings Mass Battle
Fight Director
Tom Lincoln
Tom Lincoln
2014, Viking Sagas