International touring exhibitions
A museum of the world for the world
The British Museum aims to share its rich and diverse collection of over eight million objects from across the globe with a worldwide audience, and has developed an extensive programme of touring exhibitions and object loans for this purpose.
Each year, large numbers of objects from the collection travel to museums and galleries outside the UK for temporary exhibition so that visitors can experience a British Museum exhibition at an international partner venue.
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Exploring some of the beautiful and bizarre imagery of the animal world from the British Museum's print collection.
A celebration of the contribution horses have made to cultures and nations throughout history, using some of the Museum's great equine treasures.
Walk through 1,000 years of history and learn about wars, faith and culture through objects of great beauty and importance, from stained glass windows to jewellery.
A compelling new look at the human figure, one of the central themes of visual art throughout history, through masterpieces from the British Museum.
More than 200 of the British Museum’s most engaging and beautiful Roman objects tell the story of how Rome grew from a series of small villages to become a mighty empire.
This exhibition of beautiful sculpture, jewellery, armour, vases and ancient sporting paraphernalia employs objects to investigate the theme of competition in Ancient Greece.
A visually striking exploration of the political art of Asia, showcasing powerful images designed to move hearts and minds.
A sumptuous selection of highlights from the British Museum's collection of almost 300 works of paper by the renowned American-born artist R.B. Kitaj (1933–2007), donated by the artist himself.
Generally considered to be the most important cycle of Picasso’s etchings, this famous set of prints was produced at a critical juncture in the artist’s career. Etchings by Rembrandt and Goya’s bull-fighting prints are also included.
Explore 2 million years of history with a stunning selection of the British Museum’s finest objects.
Travel back in time and across the globe to see how humans have shaped, and been shaped by, the world over the past two million years.
Explore the myths and realities of Egypt’s ancient rulers.
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The British Museum has worked with a large variety of institutions and museums globally to bring British Museum exhibitions to an international audience.