This exhibition celebrates the rich artistic output of London from its earliest days as a city in the mid-1800s through to today.
View the work of Brian Jones and see his meticulous technique and inventive imagery through selected drawings, prints, oil, and watercolour paintings.
Through art and artifacts, this dynamic exhibition explores the history of symbols that have come to express the Canadian identity.
Thursday, March 30, 2:00 pm
Novelist Al McGregor discusses his historical fiction which explore the Canadian connections to the American War and the final push to unite the former British colonies.
Friday, March 31, 8:30 am
Tour the exhibition Highlights from 150 Years of Art-Making in London, then make drawings, paintings, and collage works inspired by the Pop art aesthetics of London’s Regionalist School.
Posted on March 23
Purchase from our large selection of catalogues online through our gift shop.
Posted on March 6
Travel, relax and have fun this March Break with these new products and more!
Posted on February 19
Museum London’s Volunteer Committee is looking for new members to join the committee in 2017.
Posted on February 9
We're preparing a new exhibition exploring the history of radio and TV in the community. We need your help.
Tuesday - Sunday 12 to 5 pm
Thursday 12 to 9
Admission by donation.
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