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We offer partners a broad range of commercial opportunities reaching consumers around the world.
Read about our licensing partnering programme, its aims, opportunities and how we reach global audiences.
A museum of the world
Founded in 1753, the British Museum was the world's first national public museum. Across 8 million objects, the collection tells the stories of cultures from the dawn of human history to the present.
That the British Museum is a museum of the world, for the world, is central to our product licensing programme. With partners, we're able to share the collection and its stories with consumers and fans worldwide in creative and unique ways.
When partnering with us, you're partnering with a globally recognised museum. You're also supporting our work; all profits return to the Museum so we can continue preserving and sharing the collection.
Work with us
The Museum's licensing programme offers a strong commercial approach. We work with partners to deliver sector best practice commercial support, through collection consultation, product development and campaign collaboration and a focus on delivering best-practice business efficiencies.
Our programme is truly global, available in Asia, Australasia, North America and Europe. Our broad range of products span from fashion and homewares to jewellery and stationery.