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Treat your mum to something different this Mother’s Day by joining us for a talk looking at the role of mothers in advertising.

This 30 minute talk will unpack the ever-changing shape of motherhood in advertising and media; whether it’s playing family games in Edwardian times, gathering around the 1920s radio, or used as the face to promote everything from biscuits to soap and cleaning products throughout the 20th century. Inevitably, women’s liberation forms a part this narrative – from suffragettes to wartime factories, the DIY revolution to kitchen convenience.

After the talk complimentary cream tea will be served in our café and award winning garden. Followed by the chance to explore the museum at your own pace. Above all, the Museum is the place to be on Mother’s Day, giving a great opportunity to reminisce and remember family moments triggered by brands such as Spangles, Kellogg’s Country Store, Lyons Maid ice lollies, Lego, Jacky and many more.


Tickets to attend the talk cost £19 for adults, £15 for concession (students and 60+) and £9 for children aged 7-17. Talk tickets include Museum Admission and complimentary cream tea.

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Museum of Brands

Museum Of Brands, 111-117 Lancaster Road, London, W11 1QT

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Mon - Sat: 10am - 6pm
Sun and Bank Holidays: 11am - 5pm

Closed on Notting Hill Carnival Weekend, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day.

We have ensured that the museum is safe for our visitors to return to!

We have introduced timed tickets as well as a one-way system throughout. We have temporarily decided not to reopen our cafe, but please enjoy our garden as well as our picnic area. There are hand sanitiser stations throughout the museum which we encourage you to use.

We ask our visitors to wear face coverings in all parts of the museum.

Regular cleaning with sanitiser on high touchpoints will be conducted every 30 minutes.


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