A year after it first closed, the Science Museum in London will reopen as an NHS vaccination centre.
Thousands are expected to be vaccinated there each week from March 11.
While it is not the first cultural venue to be repurposed in the fight against the pandemic - Leeds' Thackray Museum of Medicine was one of the first vaccination centres in the UK, followed closely by G Live in Guildford - it is the first national museum to be used in this way.
Sir Ian Blatchford, Director of the Science Museum, said: "Our museum can both tell the story of how vaccination has saved millions of lives, and also play a part in ensuring vaccines protect the nation from Covid-19."
"It is an extraordinary sensation to be collecting and living history all at once."