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Local historian Mike Cooper, explores the events of 10 February 1943, when the centre of Reading was bombed with the loss of 41 lives.
From Ranihket to mammoth teeth - discover a Reading Museum volunteer's journey!
So how do you go about creating a new permanent museum gallery? Well you need a good mix...
I was born and raised in Doncaster to Jamaican born parents.
Doncaster and Jamaican...now there are two words you...
Reading’s life-giving waterways have been absolutely vital to the development of the town over the centuries, providing a natural transport route...
Reading has often been dismissed as being a modern place with little history, but Reading Museum shows this just isn't true!
As out town prepares to host the annual Reading Festival, we explore how it all came about in 1971.
Our visitor's feedback is helping to shape 27 new interpretation panels around the Abbey Quarter.
Flour milling evolved from hand-powered querns in 6,000 BC, to massive computer-driven roller mills of the present day.