Tomorrow, the Bristol Museum opens without their regular artifacts. In their place: robotic cops, a burned out ice cream truck, Guantanamo prisoner effigies, animatronic animals and the sort of tongue-in-cheek pseudo-political paintings you’ve come to expect from millionaire street artist Banksy. Of the roughly 100 works on display in “Banksy versus Bristol Museum,” more than 70 of the pieces are brand new, while some others, like the portable toilets from Bog Henge and chicken nuggets from the Village PetStore & Charcoal Grill, are reworked. Pulling off the hometown show in secrecy meant keeping all but a few people in the dark, including Museum staff and city officials for who the show’s takeover is a surprise. The BBC helps break the silence with a video tour below as well as photos of the new exhibit.