The Museum of Brands explores how brands shape our world.
Brands carry meaning. They shape who we are. They help make — and are made by — the world around us. Brands live in our hearts and minds. Some command loyalty — like Pandora and Apple. Some are forgotten — like Wood Milne Rubber Heels. And some reflect a time that now seems shocking or surprising.
Consider Craven A cigarettes with their promise, “will not affect your throat”. Or Kellogg’s Corn Flakes — promoted after wartime rationing as 'deliciously flavoured with malt, sugar and salt'.
From 40 years of Star Wars to the Spice Girls and Peppa Pig, every brand tells a story. We’re here to share them with you.