Step into a tour through London’s history, narrated by the animals who once lived here. Buy tickets:

Beasts of London at the Museum of London explores the fascinating role animals have played in shaping the capital. Be guided through time, from the Roman era through Medieval London and right up to present day, narrated by the beasts themselves. Discover how animals – from lions and elephants, to horses, rats and pigeons – have shaped the city and its beastly history.

Some of these creatures might sound a bit familiar, too: Kate Moss, Brian Blessed, Pam Ferris, Nish Kumar, Stephen Mangan, Angellica Bell and Joe Pasquale provide celebrity voicing to some of the animals featured in the show.

Inspired by objects in our museum collection and created in partnership with Guildhall School of Music & Drama, Beasts of London is a fully immersive digital installation using video projection mapping.

You’ll walk through theatrical sets in which stories will be told through dramatic audio-visual presentations. You’ll also discover some objects on display. Buy tickets:

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