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North London: London History Day Events

  • Poster showing eyes and nose of a child

    Association for Art History

    Art History in the Pub will expose visual and spacial aspects of hidden London through art and culture.

  • Helmet on display

    Barnet Museum

    Barnet Museum will explore the 1471 Battle of Barnet with a variety of activities during extended opening hours.

  • British Library entrance

    British Library

    Learn about the Library's history, collections and architecture on a tour of our building.

  • London African History through representations in the capital. Thursday May 31, 5.30-7.30pm. Marking london Hitory Day 2018 by screening a documentary that depicts London's varied African history representations via monumnets, buildings, parks, streets, etc

    BTWSC/African Histories Revisited

    Get pointed to some of London's African history in plain view.

  • Bea Green's accordion

    Jewish Museum London

    A chance to hear, see and touch London's Jewish history with a curator talk and object handling session illustrating stories of courage.

  • Canal lock with ducks in foreground

    London Canal Museum

    A guided walk along the canal from the museum to Camden, led by a museum guide.

  • Statue of Sir John Betjamen on the concourse at St Pancras Station

    St Pancras International

    Enjoy a lunchtime walk and an evening debate exploring some of the highlights of St Pancras International’s rich 150 years of history.