The credibility of a certain infamous quote is called in to to question...
A tweet from UK Parliamentary Archives leads Colin Gale, Bethlem Museum Archivist, on an unexpected journey.
For this final installation of "Bethlem's Boardroom," our volunteer focuses on the figure in the corner of the photo...
Continuing our look at the historic boardroom, our volunteer this time focuses on the shields that line the walls.
Enjoy the last in this current series by exploring the experiences of Angus Mackay during his admissions to Bethlem.
Read the penultimate article in this current series.
Continuing our 'In the Spotlight' series, this month we look at the story of Christopher Long.
This month's 'In the Spotlight' focuses on Edward Oxford and his attempt to assassinate Queen Victoria.
This month we focus on the stories of two artists, one of whom was a resident at Bethlem and the other who is often mistakenly thought to have been resident here.
Following on from last month, we now explore the stories of more relatives of well-known people.
In a slight change from our usual 'In the Spotlight' posts, this month we are looking at the experiences of some of the relatives of better-known residents of Bethlem.
Find out about Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin's experiences at bethlem in 1852.
This month's 'In the Spotlight' looks at the experiences of architect George Gilbert Scott Junior during his stay at Bethlem in 1883.
This month we look at the accounts of Antonia White from 1899-1980.
This month we look at Philip O'Connor's experiences at Bethlem from 1936-7.