Once again Christmas and New Year have come and gone for another year but don’t slip into that same routine that many people slip into every year make this year different/special to any other year that you have had. For many people 2012 has been a really hard year. I can definitely say that 2012 has been the hardest year I have ever had to deal with. But I guess once you get to 18 you start to understood that becoming an adult is everything that you thought it would be and one bit of advise I would get to the generation younger then me is that don’t be in such a hurry to grow up. Enjoy being a child and don’t wish away your childhood or even school because before you know it that will all be over and you probably won’t believe me but you will miss it and wish that you could go back.
Right, now I’ve had a bit of a rabbit on about thing that have no relevance to my blog it’s now time to get on with some History which is what this blog is all about!
So today I have decided to talk about some of the exhibition that are taking place in 2013 in the UK including ones that are ending this year. So it will be your last chance to get to see some of the exhibition, so get out their and have a look and really embrace in the History of our beautiful country.
So, I’m only going to list some exhibitions on this blog post but if none of them are for you there are plenty of others out there that many interest you.
First up is:
A living Tudor world – This will be taking place at Hampton Court Palace from the 28/10/2012 up until 31/03/2013. So these are the last few months for you go and see this before it ends. So, I highly suggest that if you love the Tudors or you have a passion to learn more about them then going and see this exhibition before it’s to late. But if you do decide to go don’t forget to prepare yourself for meeting the King otherwise you might just find yourself locked in the Tower of London or even your head meeting the block. Your probably wanting to know how much this event is going to cost well it’s from £14.40.
Second up is:
Charles I’s Execution – This exhibition will take place at the Banqueting House from the 30/01/2013 up until 31/12/2013. So, this exhibition will be on for a quite awhile. So, this is a brand new display at the Banqueting House and is the idea exhibition to go to if you are a lover of Charles I or you just love History in general. The exhibition will be installed in time for the anniversary of Charles’ execution. So while not get along to it and just have a great day out experiencing the beautiful History of our country. Well, your probably wondering how much this exhibition is going to cost well its just from £5.00. So who could miss out on such a bargain!
Third up is:
Beautifully Bitten: Acid-etched metal in Renaissance and Early Modern Europe – This exhibition will take place at the Victoria and Albert Museum from 4/07/2010 up until 30/06/2013. So, this year is the last time to see this beautiful exhibition if you hadn’t had chance to go and see it yet I would highly suggest that you get yourself along their straight before it is too late. This many only be a small display but it is well worth the visit. I’m pleased to be able to tell you that the price of this exhibition it absolutely Free so you don;t have to worry that you can;t go because it’s to pricey because it is 100% Free. What more could you ask for!
Fourth up is:
Broadsides! Caricature and the Nay 1756 – 1815 – This exhibition is taking place at the National Maritime Museum from 25/10/2012 up until 3/02/2013. So, you only have a few weeks until this exhibition is no longer available for you to look at. This exhibition actually explores the history of Royal Navy from the late 18th Century to the early 19th Century, through the acerbit wit caricature of that time. Again, i bet you are wondering how much you need to pay to go and see this exhibition well your not going to believe this but this exhibition is also Free.
Fifth up is:
Archaeology up close – This exhibition is taking place at the Museum of London from 1/09/2012 up until 31/01/2013. So, you don’t very long before this exhibition ends just a couple of weeks to go. So if you enjoy or you are a lover of Archeology they why not come and explore this exhibition before it’s too late. I can say that this exhibition is absolutely Free to!
So, that is it from me on just some of the exhibition that you should visit in 2013. If you do get a chance to go along to any of these exhibition please to let me know and also tell me what you thought of it/them. Would love to hear from you and what you enjoyed most about these learning experiences.
Bye for now 🙂