People's History Museum blog

PHM is the national museum of democracy, telling the story of its development in Britain: past, present, and future.

On this blog we share posts from the PHM team and other experts, with behind the scenes stories, coverage of PHM's exhibitions, events, and Learning Programme, and highlights from the museum's unique collection.

Posts tagged 'Exhibition'

3D tour of People's History Museum

Manchester’s museum and gallery adventures from home

20 November 2020


With Manchester’s museums and galleries temporarily closed again, many have moved activity online to provide a whole range of amazing cultural digital experiences.   We’ve picked out some of the best for you.



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Visitors playing match factory arcade style game in Main Gallery One at People’s History Museum, Manchester

Culture is Open - come and see us!

28 October 2020


Manchester’s museums and galleries have been working hard to make sure they provide safe and enjoyable experiences – all have additional coronavirus measures in place and they remain open under the Tier 3 restrictions.  If you’re planning a cultural day out in the city, we’ve created a handy roundup of what’s on at Manchester’s museums and galleries to help you plan your itinerary.



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Grunwick Strike Committee banner, 1976 © People's History Museum

A patient banner and the problem with plastic

6 March 2020


People’s History Museum houses the world’s largest collection of trade union and political banners.  In this month’s blog, our Conservator, Kloe Rumsey shines a light on the conservation work she undertook to prepare a previously unseen banner for our 2020 Banner Exhibition.



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Revive Women’s Group banner, 2019 © People's History Museum

Hidden histories and powerful stories

31 January 2020


Writer and Editor of Haunt Manchester, Emily Oldfield, reviews People’s History Museum’s  2020 Banner Exhibition focusing on the theme of migration.



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