The objectives of the charity are to educate the public on design and in particular to the subjects of advertising and packaging and their history by establishing and maintaining a museum to be open to the public for displaying exhibitions.
The purposes of the charity are:
The current main objectives of the charity are to:
The Museum of Brands explores how brands shape – and are shaped by – people, culture and society.
We show 150 years of brands, packaging and advertising though the permanent exhibition the Time Tunnel created by consumer historian Robert Opie.
The Museum presents temporary exhibitions, talks, and workshops to create debate, ideas and examine the role of brands in history and the modern world. The Museum has a subtropical garden, cafe and Museum gift shop for visitors to enjoy. We host more than 200 events and conferences a year for brands such as Unilever, Facebook, Tesco and more.
Our learning programme for schools and universities attracts more than 20,000 students a year.