From Coffee to Seaweed: Engineering a safer world since 1760

Until 31 October 2019

Lloyd's Register Foundation
71 Fenchurch Street, London, EC3M 4BS

From Coffee to Seaweed: Engineering a safer world since 1760

The Heritage & Education Centre are excited to announce the launch of a major exhibition being held at 71 Fenchurch Street

From Coffee to Seawead: Engineering a safer world since 1760 explores the history of Lloyd's Register through unique stories and objects. It showcases the current work of the Lloyd's Register Foundation and the Lloyd's Register Group and how we continue to help make the world a safer place. 

Visitors to the Lloyd’s Register Group, the Foundation and the Heritage & Education Centre can view the exhibition during our opening times.

Every Wednesday lunchtime we are also offering free tickets to view our exhibition at 71 Fenchurch Street! Tickets for this are available here.

Curator led tours are running as part of our summer lecture series. The first talk on 20 June was all about the exhibition and our collections, exploring the histories behind the objects and why they were chosen. You can view the full talk online here

The exhibition will also be open to the public for Open House London on Saturday 21 September, and during Heritage Open Days on 16 and 17 September 2019

Throughout the exhibition we will be sharing the stories behind the objects through our social media pages and website! 

If you have an educational group that would like to arrange to visit this exhibition and learn more about the history of Lloyd's Register and the work of the Foundation, please contact our Education and Outreach Coordinator Charlotte Ward- charlotte.ward@lrfoundation.org.uk