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A new First World War exhibition at Leeds City Museum

Following the Stories of Leeds’ People during the First World War Leeds City Museum, 1 July 2016 – 8 January 2017   The First World War was conflict on a massive scale, involving millions of people. It had a lasting impact on the lives of those involved, both at home and away. To pay special tribute, the Preservative Party, Leeds City ...

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Light Lab to Wow Leeds City Museum

Get hands on and explore the science and wonder of light through time The science and wonder of light is to be revealed as part of a fascinating exhibition set to open at a Leeds museum in April 2015. As part of Light Lab which will be showcased at Leeds City Museum from 3 April – 21 June 2015, visitors ...

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Cultural Attractions in Leeds

We are blessed with a wide variety of cultural attractions in Leeds. Here are some of our favourites: You can visit http://www.leeds.gov.uk/museumsandgalleries for more information of these cultural attractions. HENRY MOORE INSTITUTE The Henry Moore Institute is a world-recognised centre for the study of sculpture in the heart of Leeds. An award-winning exhibitions venue, library and sculpture archive, the Institute ...

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Roman Britain Lecture Series – Leeds City Museum

What have the Romans done for us

Life in Roman Britain lecture series continues at Leeds City Museum A fascinating programme of free lectures exploring a range of insightful topics linked to the Roman Empire in Yorkshire and Britain are set to continue at a popular Leeds museum this week. In what promises to be a series of events not to be missed, visitors can find out ...

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Bones of Lost Wonder Displayed at Leeds City Museum

Moa Bones

Caption: The skeleton of the Moa will be on display at Leeds City Museum. Curators at Leeds Museums and Galleries have uncovered the bones of a lost wonder while looking through their collection at Leeds Discovery Centre. Following restoration work, the skeleton of a large, extinct, flightless bird hailing from New Zealand and one of the largest birds ever to ...

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