Your support: success stories
Samsung and the British Museum have been working together in partnership since 2008, developing an engaging and innovative digital learning programme through the Samsung Digital Discovery Centre which is offered to schools and families. This has transformed the Museum into a world leader in digital learning in museums.
The partnership with Samsung has enabled the Museum to create a new Digital Discovery Centre which acts as the starting point for over 10,000 children every year to use the latest Samsung technology to explore the Museum’s collection in creative and educational ways. Furthermore it has helped Samsung to showcase its innovative and cutting edge products to the consumers of tomorrow and to demonstrate their commitment to education.
Since the partnership launched, the programme continues to evolve and explore new ways of exploiting the versatility and power of digital technology to engage children and young people with the Museum’s collection and with special exhibitions, whether they visit in school or family groups.
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Medals awarded to Scott of the Antarctic, acquired through the Acceptance in Lieu Scheme.
The Museum’s most longstanding corporate partner, supporting the public programme since 1996.
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A bequest from the estate of the late Mr Kenneth Day to the Department of Coins and Medals.
Maryam and Edward Eisler provided significant funding to help the Museum expand its Middle East collection.
A new building project transforming the way the Museum displays, studies and cares for its collection.
Supporting the care, research and public understanding of the museum’s collection of medieval seal matrices.
Supporting accessible learning programmes at the British Museum