Museum Secrets Now on TV in Germany!

Museum Secrets Now on TV in Germany!

Posted by on Apr 17, 2013 | One Comment

This Spring, fans of Museum Secrets in Germany can watch episodes from Seasons 1 and 2!  Look for Museum Secrets as Eine Nacht im Museum in Germany. 

See broadcast schedule below. 

Museum Secrets Revealed Continues on Smithsonian Channel

Museum Secrets Revealed Continues on Smithsonian Channel

Posted by on Nov 20, 2012 | No Comments

For those of you in the US who have been watching the first US broadcast of our series on TV, we’ve got some great news! We’re pleased to announce that there are more broadcasts added to the schedule on the Smithsonian Channel.

“Museum Secrets Revealed” Premiere Broadcast in the USA

“Museum Secrets Revealed” Premiere Broadcast in the USA

Posted by on Oct 29, 2012 | No Comments

For those of you in the US who have been asking us about when you can see our series on TV, the wait is over. We’re pleased to announce that starting on Monday November 5, our hit series has its US premiere on the Smithsonian Channel.

Museum Secrets Screening at Friday Night Live @ROM

Museum Secrets Screening at Friday Night Live @ROM

Posted by on Apr 26, 2012 | One Comment

“Drinks. DJs. Dinos. History just got hot.” – That’s the new tagline for  The Royal Ontario Museum’s new event series: Friday Night Live at the ROM.

A 19th century crime that was ‘bigger than OJ’

A 19th century crime that was ‘bigger than OJ’

Posted by on Feb 11, 2011 | No Comments

On Museum Secrets: Inside the Metropolitan Museum of Art, which broadcasts tonight on History Television (Canada) at 8 PM ET/PT, a mysterious tale is told, of a young woman named Evelyn Nesbit, who was once thought to be the model for the nude sculpture which sat atop Madison Square Garden.

Watch our Director Commentary Video with Gary Lang to learn more about this murderous tale

Director explains what creative decisions went into making Museum Secrets at the Met

Director explains what creative decisions went into making Museum Secrets at the Met

Posted by on Feb 10, 2011 | No Comments

Prior to the broadcast of Museum Secrets: Inside the Metropolitan Museum of Art on History Television tonight at 10 PM ET/PT, read this interview with the director of the episode, Gary Lang, explaining how the motion control time-lapse video technique works and more.

Watch an assemblage of motion control time-lapse video clips from the Met episode

Things to do at the Met in New York

Things to do at the Met in New York

Posted by on Feb 9, 2011 | No Comments

Upon return from his visit in Manhattan to attend the History Makers Conference, our Museum Secrets series producer Steve Gamester provided us with some information about some of the most interesting objects he found at the Met, when he was there earlier, scouting the museum for the development of Episode 6 of Museum Secrets: Inside the Met. Steve snapped some shots from his trip last year that we’ve included here too, along with his recommendations. Get ready for Museum Secrets: Inside the Met airing tomorrow on History Television (Canada) at 10 PM ET/PT.

Check out these Insider Tips from our series producer, Steve Gamester.

Museum Secrets director and an explosives engineer test secret weapons

Museum Secrets director and an explosives engineer test secret weapons

Posted by on Feb 4, 2011 | No Comments

On Museum Secrets: Inside the Natural History Museum, which broadcasts again tonight on History Television (Canada) at 8 PM ET/PT, Paul Kilback worked with an explosives engineer named Sidney Alford in London, in order to conduct a risky experiment. We asked the questions and found interesting answers. What top secret weapons were invented at the NHM? And how did one of these weapons come within a hair’s breadth of killing Adolph Hitler? These secrets are revealed when the show airs tonight (and tomorrow night at 7 PM ET/PT) on History Television. Find more about the story here.

Watch our director commentary video with Paul Kilback discussing this story.

Tips for navigating London’s Natural History Museum

Tips for navigating London’s Natural History Museum

Posted by on Feb 3, 2011 | 4 Comments

Tonight on Museum Secrets: Inside the Natural History Museum, on History Television (Canada) at 10 PM ET/ PT, we take you to London’s museum that is a cathedral of nature, housing over 70 million specimens, and visited annually by more than 4 million people.

But how does a visitor start to navigate this huge museum?

Museum Secrets partners with the ROM for limited run exhibit

Museum Secrets partners with the ROM for limited run exhibit

Posted by on Feb 3, 2011 | No Comments

For a limited time only, objects featured on Museum Secrets: Inside the Royal Ontario Museum will be out of the vaults and on public display at a special exhibit at the ROM. ROM curators will talk about the artifacts as part of the ROM’s Out of the Vaults series, of which the Museum Secrets exhibit is a part.

When? Saturday, February 5 to Monday, February 27, 2011

Where? At the ROM in the Canada Court on the Museum’s Level 1.