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The British Museum was a major museum devoted to human history and culture, located in London.

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In autumn 1894, Professor Jolyon Tanner was the director of Egyptology at the British Museum. He called Madame Vastra, Jenny Flint, and Strax to the museum to help him discover what was causing depression in anyone who read an artifact he called a sequel to the Book of the Dead. (PROSE: The Curious Case of the Misery Diary)

In 1963, Helen Sinclair worked at the Museum. The Eighth Doctor and Liv Chenka visited and investigated the Red Lady. (AUDIO: The Red Lady)

In 1986, the Fifth Doctor, Nyssa and Tegan Jovanka went there. While there they encountered Egyptian religious fanatics, who kidnapped Nyssa. (PROSE: The Sands of Time)

In November 1973, Barbara Chesterton took her son John to the museum to look at the Roman exhibit. (PROSE: Byzantium!)

In 1984, Victoria Waterfield was employed at the museum. (PROSE: Downtime)

In 2007, a statue of Rose Tyler (dressed as the goddess Fortuna) and the foot of the Ogre of Hyfor Three were on display in the museum. (PROSE: The Stone Rose)

In 2099, Del McAllen worked at the museum. (PROSE: Snowglobe 7)

Alternate timelines Edit

In an alternate timeline in which Germany won World War II, the British Museum was renamed the Reichsmuseum. The works of art displayed there were taken by Hermann Goering to Berlin, and the building was used to store military archives. The Seventh Doctor, while posing as the Reichsinspektor General, visited the museum to consult the archives and find out when the timeline had changed. (PROSE: Timewyrm: Exodus)

In an alternate timeline in 5000, the few remaining normal humans lived in what remained of the British Museum. (COMIC: A Stitch in Time)

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