Culture24 connects people to culture; publishes news & events from 5,000+ UK museums, galleries, libraries and heritage sites; & runs Museums at Night!

Culture24 publishes, an online guide to the UK's visual arts and heritage - anything from museums, galleries, libraries, and archives to science and architecture centres, battlefields and stone circles.

We have a database of more than 4,500 places to go, loads of events, educational resources and information - and we publish news, views and reviews every day of the year.

We also co-ordinate the Museums at Night festival every year, which takes place in May with a weekend of late openings and special evening events across the country.

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A Very British Artist: River and Rowing opens new permanent John Piper Gallery


Artist John Piper gets a dedicated gallery in his hometown of Henley-on-Thames The John Piper Gallery at the River and Rowing Museum, Henley on Thames © Ian...


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Nine highlights from the Rupf Collection at Guggenheim Bilbao


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Curator's Choice: The Scold's Thew - a medieval punishment for women only at Ipswich Museum


Curator's Choice: Take a closer look at the Scold's Threw - a cruel punishment reserved for "troublesome" women during the Medieval period © Colchester The...


Can taxidermy help primate conservation? Monkey Business conveys a serious message


More than 50 new taxidermy specimens of monkeys, apes, lemurs, lorises and bush-babies are to be revealed in the most comprehensive museum exhibition on...

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