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Discover the story of Hugh Cook of Faringdon, the last abbot of Reading Abbey.
The Summer Holidays are a chance to get creative here at Reading's museums!
A rare and previously unknown Neolithic monument is the centrepiece of Berkshire Archaeology’s latest newsletter for 2018.
Find out about our latest intern's adventures taking 'Abbey on Wheels' across Reading.
It is difficult to imagine Reading today being in the midst of conflict, but it was during the English Civil War
Lots of groups are being inspired to explore the abbey and its past in creative ways since the Ruins opened on 16 June 2018.
Discover the story of Reading Museum's first curator. In 1879 after 35 years as a medical doctor he started a second career as antiquarian and...
Reading Abbey is perhaps best known as being the burial place of King Henry I. On the 800th anniversary of the foundation of Reading Abbey in 1921...
Sandra Gough is a fantastic Session Leader who has worked at Reading Museum for a long time. She loves delivering many of Reading Museum’s...