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Lilies for Oscar Wilde was an artistic project, bringing together artists from across Reading to celebrate Wilde's powerful legacy.
The organ in Reading Town Hall was created by one of Britain's most famous Victorian organ builders, 'Father' Henry Willis.
2022 marks 200 years since Joseph Huntley first opened the baker's shop that would eventually become Huntley & Palmers.
Discover how we'll be sharing even more stories from Reading FC's history both in our gallery and online.
Read about several of the women collectors who donated objects and collections to Reading Museum.
Learn about our recent volunteer-led project, putting Reading's history on Wikipedia.
Read about the life and work of Shirley Townend, a figure who revolutionised Reading Museum's schools service across thirty-six years.
The story of how a Danish prisoner of war became the King of Iceland, and his life in Reading.
Discover what Reading was like in 1971, the year of the first Reading Festival.