Easter has traditionally been a time of celebration and feasting around the world and as a result, lots of games and customs have developed around it.
Have you seen our recent TV video featuring Alex Nowak, a Deaf actor who enjoys the music of Queen? He’s seen air guitaring and tapping his foot, feeling the vibrations of the iconic music through the speaker.
International Women's Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women and here at The Royal Mint, we are making no exception.
With so many large sporting events occurring recently and over the coming months, at The Royal Mint we’ve been thinking about the coin toss and the effect that this simple act can have on the game itself.
Fireworks, Red Envelopes, Dances, Red Lanterns.... are some of the ways people celebrate Chinese New Year
Coins play a part in wedding ceremonies in many different cultures and countries.
Coins are such an intrinsic part of our lives and the team at the Royal Mint Museum have been leafing through their extensive library to find out how authors have used coins and money in their work.