Archer Historical Society

Preserving our past, enlightening our present, inspiring our future.

Immerse yourself in Archer Historical Society, where time comes alive. Discover enthralling exhibits that weave tales of our rich heritage, connecting past and present. With artifacts, documents, and interactive displays, our museum takes you on a journey through the triumphs, struggles, and cultural evolution that shaped our community. Experience the stories of individuals who paved the way, and explore the impact of historical events on our society. Archer Historical Society is committed to preserving and sharing our collective history, fostering a deeper understanding and appreciation of our roots.

  • History

    Established in 1955, Archer Historical Society has been a custodian of local history for over half a century. What began as a modest collection of artifacts has evolved into a thriving museum, renowned for its comprehensive exhibits and engaging educational programs. Our dedicated team of historians, archivists, and volunteers work tirelessly to research, curate, and present the rich tapestry of Archer's past. We strive to create an inclusive space where visitors can connect with history, fostering a sense of pride and identity within our community.

  • Mission

    The mission of Archer Historical Society is to preserve, interpret, and share the diverse history of our region. Through engaging exhibits, educational programs, and community outreach, we aim to inspire curiosity, ignite a passion for learning, and foster a deeper appreciation for our collective heritage. By connecting people with the stories and experiences of those who came before us, we hope to foster a sense of identity, promote cultural understanding, and shape a more informed and inclusive future for all.

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  • Land
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  • Collection Size
    2.6 million
  • Area
    807,000 sq ft (75,000 m2) in 94 galleries
  • Visitors
    1,124,759 (2021)
  • Address
    150 London Wall, Barbican, London EC2Y 8AA, Birleşik Krallık
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  • Opening Hours
    9:30 - 18:00, Monday Until 20:00
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Das Tenkil Museum ist eine Erinnerung an das schreckliche Potenzial der Menschheit für Gewalt und unmenschliche Handlungen.

Die Opfer, die unter der systematischen Unterdrückung der derzeitigen türkischen Regierung leiden, verwenden den Begriff TENKİL um diese Menschenjagd zu beschreiben.

TENKİL bedeutet wörtlich systematische Unterdrückung, Ausgrenzung, Vertreibung, Auslöschung und Entfernung aus dem öffentlichen Raum sowie Ausrottung.

Um es bildlich zu beschreiben: TENKİL ist das vollständige Verschwinden von allen Möglichkeiten, so dass eine Person keine Wurzeln mehr schlagen und keine Früchte mehr tragen kann.