Lynton Conservation is proud to have supplied laser cleaning systems to, and worked with, conservators in museums and conservation workshops around the world.

The British Museum (UK)

Natural History Museum (UK)

Victoria and Albert Museum (UK)

Tate Gallery (UK)

Birmingham Museum and Art Galleries (UK)

Manchester Museum (UK)

National Museums Liverpool (UK)

National Museums Scotland (UK)

City and Guilds of London Art School (UK)

Cardiff University (UK)

DBR Conservation (UK)

Graciela Ainsworth Sculpture Conservation and Restoration (UK)

Hirst Conservation (UK)

Historic Scotland (UK)

Lancashire County Museums Service (UK)

Lincoln Cathedral Workshop (UK)

Mareva Conservation (UK)

Nicolas Boyes Stone Conservation (UK)

Paye Conservation (UK)

Richard Cook Conservation (UK)

National Museum of Ireland

Art Gallery of New South Wales (Sydney, Australia)

Artlab Australia (Adelaide, Australia)

Australian War Memorial (Canberra, Australia)

University of Para (Belem, Brazil)

Restoration Department, Ministry of Culture (Croatia)

Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek (Copenhagen, Denmark)

Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts (Copenhagen, Denmark)

Cologne Cathedral Works Department (Germany)

Liebieghaus Museum (Frankfurt-am-Main, Germany)

Dar al-Athar al-Islamiyyah, Al Sabah Collection (Kuwait)

de Vink Restoration (Netherlands)

Poznan Archaeological Museum (Poland)

Museum of Oltenia (Craiova, Romania)

Musee d’Art et d’Histoire (Geneva, Switzerland)

Heritage Conservation Centre (Singapore)

Brooklyn Museum (New York, USA)

Daedalus Inc. (Watertown, USA)

Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco (USA)

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum (Boston, USA)

Museum of Fine Arts (Boston, USA)

NCPTT, National Parks Service (Natchitoches, USA)

Oriental Institute, University of Chicago (USA)

Straus Center for Conservation, Harvard University Art Museums (USA)

University of Pennsylvania, Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology (USA)

Worcester Art Museum (USA)

Yale University Art Gallery (USA)

Vatican Museums