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A new First World War exhibition at Leeds City Museum

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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

Light-Lab

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

Royal Armouries 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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