Today, the Museum of London outlines its commitment to reacting more quickly to what’s happening in the capital, with the opening of two new purpose-built display spaces – Looking for Londoners and Show Space. The contents of these new, free displays will change regularly and will include recent archaeological discoveries; reveal the relevance of what’s held in the museum’s collections to what’s happening in London and provide access to objects that are not normally on display. Looking for Londoners showcases tantalising archaeological discoveries within the collections, as well as those coming out of the ground, as London continues its bumper phase of construction. As new railways are tunnelled beneath us and buildings spring up across the capital, these discoveries are changing perspectives of the city and its people. Current exhibits include those uncovered during recent excavations at Dickens Sq

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