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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.
In early 2019 we will reveal a new look to the ground floor galleries. Find out more about these new and exciting displays.
Discover the story of Reading Museum's first curator. After 35 years as a medical doctor he started a second career as an antiquarian.
In the Hampshire countryside you might not expect to stumble across towering walls of a Roman town. Find out how it was rediscovered by Victorian ...
Our Loans service began in 1911 and is still incredibly popular with schools today, covering all aspects of the curriculum.
Reading is the home of the biscuit tin. Explore the history of two great Reading companies through the humble tin.
Five facts that you might not know about Britain's Bayeux Tapestry at Reading Museum.
Find out how we created the Story of Reading Gallery.