Archives and Special Collections host regular free exhibitions in the historic Weston Room at the Maughan Library and at the Strand campus, open to both King's staff and students and the wider public. The material exhibited gives an indication of the breadth and depth of our collections.
For more information on the Weston Room, which forms part of King's College London's Connected Venues, please scroll down to the 'Maughan Library exhibition' tab at the bottom of this page.
Recent exhibitions held in the Weston Room have covered topics related to the Holocaust, the bicentenary of the publication of James Parkinson's Essay on the shaking palsy, World War One and the history of print; as well as collaborative exhibitions undertaken with academic and professional partners, on various subjects.
These exhibitions are often digitised when they are taken down or accompanied by online exhibitions.