Leighton House celebrates artist Raed Yassin

The Arab Hall at Leighton House Museum © Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea

The Arab Hall at Leighton House Museum

As part of this year’s Subbak Festival, National Trust Partner Property Leighton House Museum will celebrate Arab culture and art in the UK by displaying the work of Lebanese artist Raed Yassin. The celebration will consist of an exhibition ‘Kissing Amnesia’, as well as musical performances from the artist himself.

The Westway Beach

Image by Mike Massaro © Mike Massaro

Image by Mike Massaro

This year the National Trust celebrates 50 years since the launch of the Neptune Coastline Campaign. To mark the occasion, we've brought a little bit of the great outdoors to London and invite you to experience our coastal creation in the heart of a concrete jungle...

Museum of Brands Relocates

The Museum of Brands is a National Trust Partner © Museum of Brands

The Museum of Brands is a National Trust Partner

Partner property, The Museum of Brands, Packaging & Advertising, is relocating to a new, larger premises at the London Lighthouse building in Notting Hill

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