Sugar and spice with all things nice, that's what The Museum of Architecture's Gingerbread City is made of. On display until 6 January, there are over 60 delectable structures to explore and is a sweet treat for all. #gingerbreadhouse#baking#moagingerbreadcity . Link in bio
Kissing under the mistletoe is now a Christmas tradition but its roots go back to the Old Norse war practice of calling truce under the mistletoe. Join our event to discover more seasonal Victorian traditions - link in bio
Every gamers dream gift? Who wouldn’t want to game on the go with this backpack arcade? Part of our electrifying Videogames exhibition, play the backpack along with other ground-breaking videogames of the last decade. Book now (see link in bio) #DesignPlayDisrupt
Whether you're Team Leonardo, Team Michelangelo or Team Raphael, find yourself stuck in between the fiercest Renaissance rivalries with our fascinating short course, Artistic Rivalries and Reputations. Check link in bio!
Our iconic and carefully restored Cast Courts are now open. From spectacular Victorian casts to 3D printed object, discover the intriguing world of reproductions. . Link in bio . The Cast Courts redevelopment project is supported by Garfield Weston Foundation, Ruddock Foundation for the Arts and N. Sethia Foundation #castcourts#sculpture#trajanscolumn#michelangelo#david#3dprinting
Seeing isn't always believing. Le Blanc Seing by Surrealist artist Rene Magritte plays with our ideas of perception. The captivating illusion inspired videogame developer Cardboard Computer and is recreated in the game Kentucky Route Zero.