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It’s billed as a sleepover, but as Kunal Dutta discovered, what with insect-based snacks there was far too much happening at the Natural History Museum
The Museo Jumex in Mexico City is a building of real elegance, says David Usborne – and it's all the work of a British architect
Druids and archaeologists battle it out at Stonehenge’s new £27m centre
The institution dubbed the last colonial museum in the world is packing up its stuffed animals and controversial statues this weekend as it closes down for a three-year makeover aimed at modernising the monument to King Leopold II and his murderous reign in the Belgian Congo.
The Red Star Line Museum, Belgium's transatlantic landmark, charts the history of emigration to America
And in defence of 'virtuous' women
Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland will host the first three days of next year’s Giro d’Italia.
200,000 paintings, sculptures and other artefacts from museum’s cellars will now be stored in Pas de Calais
And a painter of Popes and playboys
Multiple arrests in joint police operation involving 26 forces
First full-sized Van Gogh canvas discovered since 1928 was hidden in Norwegian attic
Top British architect says the museum failed to include the firm in the work over the past several years
Director's call to replace 'illogical' tradition with more social duty
A small piranha-like fish with a fierce reputation has been found in European waters for the first time
Police are turning to forensic entomologists to gain vital evidence in the fight against crime
Andy Warhol was undoubtedly an exponent of experimental and boundary-pushing art forms. But it is impossible to know what his opinion might have been of an unusual venture set up to celebrate his 85 birthday: a live webcam feed from his grave.