British Museum – More Than Just Artwork

British Museum pic
British Museum pic
British Museum
Image: britishmuseum.org

Dr. Stu Steinman is board certified in sports and emergency medicine. Currently, Dr. Steinman is an attending physician at WestSports Medicine in Norwalk, Connecticut. Away from work obligations, he enjoys traveling; Europe is one place in particular he has visited. While traveling to Europe, he patronizes local museums.

Situated in the Bloomsbury area of London, the British Museum is primarily dedicated to culture, art, and human history. Among its elements of Greek Revival architecture are pieces of artwork portraying various historical periods.

Artwork and galleries aren’t the only interesting activities to take advantage of while at the museum. According to britishmuseum.org, there are over 3,500,000 collected objects. Some of the artifacts include Chinese ceramics, objects excavated from Anglo-Saxon ship-burial, and the Mildenhall treasure.

In addition to perusing these items, you can learn about research projects that the staff from the British Museum are consistently engaging in from all over the world. Research projects include archaeological excavations and applying new scientific techniques.

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