THE BRITISH MUSEUM

TELLING THE STORY OF 8M OBJECTS AND 2M YEARS OF HUMAN HISTORY

 

The British Museum is the oldest national public museum in the world and is home to a vast and unique collection of over twelve million objects sourced from across thousands of years of history.  The breadth and depth of its collection allows the public to explore the history of mankind through some beautiful artefacts drawn from the history of human culture.

 

It is home to iconic pieces such as the Rosetta Stone, The Parthenon Sculptures, the Samurai Armour and the Mummy of Katebet.

 

The Museum tells the story of 2 million years of human history and culture, from ancient Egypt to Aztec Central America, ancient Rome to modern day China.  The collection is home to an array of beautiful fabrics, jewellery, weapons and tablewares drawn from the variety and history of human experience.

 

This is the first time that the British Museum name and its unrivalled collection of assets have been made available for licensing.  The programme offers a unique opportunity for licensees to work with a globally renowned brand.

 

CATEGORIES GENERAL

HOMEWARES

APPAREL & ACCESSORIES

JEWELLERY

STATIONARY

ART & REPLICAS

GIFTING

HEALTH & BEAUTY

FOOD & DRINK

(NO PUBLISHING)

6.8m

VISITORS PER YEAR

No.1

TOURIST ATTRACTION IN THE UK

2nd

MOST VISITED MUSEUM IN THE WORLD

90%

OF THOSE WHO COME TO THE UK FROM CHINA VISIT THE MUSEUM

8m

OBJECTS OWNED BY THE MUSEUM

100

PUBLIC GALLERIES

“We are very impressed both with the professionalism of TSBA Group and the obvious energy and focus it can give to the British Museum’s licensing programme. In particular TSBA has strong experience in working with heritage assets. We are looking forward to working with TSBA Group on driving our licensing programme forward over the coming years, and to sharing the British Museum with the world.”

CRAIG BENDLE

MERCHANDISE LICENSNING MANAGER

KIDS CATEGORIES

TOYS & GAMES

EDUCATION

APPAREL

HOMEWARES

GIFTING

(NO PUBLISHING)

No.1

MOST VISITED MUSEUM

BY SCHOOLS IN THE UK