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While the doors to Reading Museum remain closed, there are many ways to keep engaged online with our collections and resources.
Chris Forsey explores the history and conservation of Reading's royal abbey.
Did you know that a network of hidden waterways flows silently beneath Reading? Discover the ancient history of the town's rivers and streams.
Join Professor Anne Lawrence-Mathers from the University of Reading's Department of History, and discover how Christmas was celebrated in medieval...
On 11th November 2019, Reading Museum found itself filled with the ‘Sounds of Reading Abbey’ thanks to Geoffrey Field Junior School and Caversham...
Professor Anne Lawrence discusses the creation of the treasures in Reading Abbey's impressive library
Guest blog by the Friends of Caversham Court. Was England ruled from Caversham in spring,1219?
Catherine, one of our newer session leaders, tells us why she enjoys teaching the Museum's 'Royals in Reading' session in the Abbey Ruins.
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.