Find out how we’ve created 3D videos from wartime stereoscope cards, and see them on display.
The Preservative Party, Leeds City Museum’s group for young volunteers, tell us about their recent trip to Berlin.
On 15 March 1941, Leeds City Museum – as it stood in it’s original spot on Park Row – was struck by a bomb.
On 7 January we said goodbye to our final visitors to the last leg of the exhibition tour, developed in partnership with Wellcome Collection and the Museum of London.
Uncover the heroic story of Arthur Louis Aaron: an RAF pilot from Leeds who “set an example of devotion to duty which has seldom been equaled and never surpassed”.
We filled Leeds City Museum with poppies to remember the lives affected by the First World War.
Explore behind-the-scenes of the First World War Poetry exhibition with placement student Laura Varley.
Our cap badge collection contains almost 400 badges, each one with a fascinating history.
A Leeds City Police badge from the Victorian era has recently come into our collection, and it’s history is certainly not clean cut…