- Great North Museum
- Didcot Hoard
- Creswell Crags Museum
- Egyptian Treasures
- Egypt Centre
- Discovery of the Hittite World
- Roman frontier
- Ashmolean New Egyptian Gallery
- The Hepworth Wakefield
- Pharaoh: King of Egypt
- Warriors of the Plain
- Sikh fortress turban
- The Witham Shield
- The Backworth Hoard
- Unwrapping the Past
- Roman Empire: Power and People
- Curious Beasts: Animal Prints
Recommend this exhibition
When did people first arrive in the Plymouth area and what did they do when they got here? Uncovered, the new permanent gallery at the Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery, contains hundreds of artefacts discovered in the local area such as skulls, domestic items, porcelain, pottery, urns, ingots, axes and coins.
The gallery spans a time period that stretches from prehistoric times through to the present. The British Museum has lent items from the Salcombe Treasure to help tell this story.
Twisted gold torc from the Sa'dian dynasty, Morocco 16th-17th century AD. Found in Salcombe Bay, Devon.