The 20-foot tall balloon, which depicts Trump as a diapered baby, first gained global attention in the summer of 2018, when Trump made his first trip to the U.K. Prior to his arrival, London Mayor Sadiq Khan granted approval for the balloon to fly near the Parliament building during a "Stop Trump" march.
The infamous blimp of outgoing US President Donald Trump dressed as a baby could soon greet visitors to the Museum on London.
The blimp will become part of the museum's protest collection, which includes items from the women's suffrage movement, the campaign against the war in Iraq during the early 2000s and more recent protests against public spending cuts. Those first two balloons, in turn, inspired a number of copies in the US and other countries but neither of the originals ever came to the United States.More news: Keeping Up With The Kardashians to feature Kim, Kanye`s marriage issues
In July 2018, Londoners took to the streets to protest Trump's visit to the UK.
The 20ft blimp, which followed Trump around the world and was designed by Matt Bonner will be conserved by the museum for a future display.
The Trump Baby team has said: 'While we're pleased that the Trump Baby can now be consigned to history along with the man himself, we're under no illusions that this is the end of the story.
The six metre-high blimp was first flown above Parliament Square in 2018 during protests against Trump's state visit to the UK.More news: Cold with a chance of snow: Northeast Ohio’s weekend weather forecast
"This large inflatable was just a tiny part of a global movement - a movement that was led by the marginalised people whose Trump's politics most endangered", the blimp's creators added in a statement.
The Museum of London's director, Sharon Ament, said while it poked fun at a sitting world leader, it was important to immortalise the sentiment so people can understand it in the future.
'We did not know then what would transpire, ' she told PA.
"Most of all we hope the Trump Baby serves as a reminder of the politics of resistance that took place during Trump's time in office".More news: Russia vows crackdown on Alexei Navalny protests
"We're glad its time has passed, like the Trump presidency", he said.