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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.
Summer is Icumen In.
It’s bigger than Reading Festival. It’s been around longer than the Purple Turtle.
In early 2019 we will reveal a new look to the ground floor galleries. Find out more about these new and exciting displays.
What's it like to be a Reading Abbey tour guide? One of Reading Museum's volunteers shares her experience.
Liz Coughlan delivers school sessions in the museum but one of her favourites is ‘Victorian Christmas’.
Discover the story of Hugh Cook of Faringdon, the last abbot of Reading Abbey.