The Cheapside Hoard: London's Lost Jewels

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Emerald, diamond and enamel Salamander brooch © Museum of London
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Discover the thrilling history and mysteries behind the world’s finest collection of Elizabethan and Early Stuart jewellery.

Don't miss your chance to see the Cheapside Hoard as it is displayed in full for the first time since it was discovered buried under a cellar floor in the City of London in 1912.

The dazzling collection includes nearly 500 pieces of jewellery, from rings and necklaces to jewelled scent bottles and a unique Colombian emerald watch.

Why was the hoard buried and why whom? Explore the rich history of the Cheapside Hoard and discover how new research has unlocked the mystery of when the collection was buried – between 1640 and 1666 – thanks to a previously overlooked gemstone and a recent excavation at the site of discovery.

You'll also get a flavour of London's role in the vibrant international gem trade of the time, and what life was like in Tudor and Early Stuart London, through displays of rarely seen portraits, multimedia installations and objects from the Museum of London's vast collection.

2 for 1 Tickets to The Cheapside Hoard

Book your tickets for The Cheapside Hoard exhibition at the Museum of London and you'll get two tickets for the price of one.

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Adult Ticket from £9.00 (USD15.12) - View Prices

Opening Times:

18 Oct 2013 - 27 Apr 2014 Daily 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Closed Boxing Day, Christmas Day, Christmas Eve

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Adult Ticket: From £9.00 (USD15.12)  per ticket
Concession Ticket: From £7.00 (USD11.76)  per ticket

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