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Sophie Clarke, Finds Officer at Wessex Archaeology talks about her recent work on the Old Windsor cataloguing project at the Reading Museum stores...
Reading’s first mention in the history books was in AD 870-71 when the Vikings built a camp and wintered at Reading, resisting attacks by the King...
Caroline Herschel (1750-1848) was one of Berkshire’s most important residents, and some of her costume is in the collection.
Find out about how archaeologists investigated the Roman public bath house at Silchester in the 1800s and again in 2018.
Catherine, one of our newer session leaders, tells us why she enjoys teaching the Museum's 'Royals in Reading' session in the Abbey Ruins.
Fancy being a talkative Tudor, a loitering laundress or even King Henry himself? We're on the hunt for new historical interpreter volunteers.
Changes at the Museum are an opportunity to develop our popular Bayeux Tapestry schools session.
King Henry I was buried in front of the High Altar at Reading Abbey on 3 January 1136. However, the story starts a month earlier in Normandy.
Find out about our second Reading Abbey Take-Over Day with St John's Primary School.