Explore our online resources
The Migration Museum is currently closed to the public due to the Coronavirus pandemic, but we have lots of online content for you to explore from the safety and comfort of your own home during this lockdown period.
Below is a guide to our online content with links. We will be adding to and updating this page with new content over the coming weeks.
In the meantime, we know that this is a difficult, uncertain time for everyone. Let’s all stay safe and look after each other.
100 Images of Migration is the exhibition with which we launched the Migration Museum Project in 2013. The product of a competition run with the Guardian newspaper, it’s a collection of images by professional and amateur photographers that tell a compelling story about what migration means to people across the UK.
Keepsakes is a display of personal items that keep memories of migration and identity alive. These items and objects are either those that one generation has handed down to the next, or those that individuals keep as a reminder of a home, a country or a culture they have left behind or as some part of a past experience that they want to hold close to them.
Our blog archive includes interviews with artists and contributors, posts by our team exploring some of the themes we explore in more detail, and guest posts shedding light on British migration history.
From our Migrants Mean Business podcast series of conversations with business leaders to our annual lectures, as well as videos and audio clips from our exhibitions and reports and publications we have written and contributed to, we have a wide range of audio, video and publications for you to watch, listen to and read.
Looking for relevant, engaging learning resources on migration and ethnic diversity for your kids while schools are closed? Our searchable resource bank features some of the best resources on these themes, hand-picked by our learning team, broken down by subject, key stage and keywords.
We will be producing and sharing a range of engaging content on our social media channels during this lockdown period. If you don’t follow us already, click the links below to view and follow us: