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Image showing detail of how the Thames Tunnel was built in 1827, as featured in our Under Ground London exhibition (image reference: Collage - 22407).


We run a regular programme of talks, walks, tours, workshops, exhibitions and events, many of which are free.

To see all of our events, and to find out more, please visit our listings on Eventbrite, or keep up to date with regular emails from the LMA mailing list.

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  1. Staff and members of the public at the Speak Out London exhibition and website launch New job opportunity
    We've got an exiting new opportunity to come and work at LMA as an Outreach intern (LGBTQ+ Projects) in the Engagement and Learning Team. See our jobs page to find out more and get an application pack. Application closing date is 20 September 2019.
  2. Open House Day 2019 logo Open House Day 2019
    On Saturday 21 September, LMA will be opening its doors to the public for behind the scenes tours, talks and exhibitions as part of Open House day 2019. Visit our events page to find out more and book your place!
  3. Cartoon showing cinema pioneer Robert Pau Robert Paul and the beginnings of Cinema in London
    Londoner Robert Paul was one of the early movers and shakers in cinema, but you've probably never heard of him. Discover more about this enigmatic film pioneer in our free exhibition which runs until 17 October 2019.
  4. A proposed design for Tower Bridge, which was not selected for construction The London That Never Was
    Discarded designs and rejected plans lurk behind every important building in London. The London That Never Was explores the collections at LMA to show plans and drawings of some of the most intriguing proposals that never made it off the drawing board to the streets of the capital. Exhibition runs until 8 December 2019.
  5. Image showing a London sewer, from our Under Ground London exhibition Under Ground London
    From lost rivers to underground railways, deep shelters to sewers, the sprawling network of tunnels and spaces under London are a subject of fascination and fear. Find out what lies beneath in our exhibition which runs until 4 December 2019
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