The Earth Museum is excited to win the Low Carbon Solent Sustainability Innovation award from GreenTech South in recognition of our work with Education and Outreach. Young people entering the… Read More »Students help design award-winning social action learning programme!
Our first month exploring the world through the lens of the Met collection has taken us on a journey through a stunning selection of creative sense of place short films… Read More »Exploring The World Through the Lens of the Met Collections
Seven museums on the Isle of Wight have collectively contributed over 200 artefacts from their collections about the Island’s history for us to map and create learning resources for schools… Read More »Silver Dollar: From Island Shipwreck to Andean Mountain Mine
The ancient trackway following the high ridge of the hills, from which the name ‘Ridgeway’ stems, spans 85 miles from Buckinghamshire through to Wiltshire and is rich with history and… Read More »Wayland’s Smithy (3590 BC): Hiking the Ridgeway
The white ice sheets of Antarctica hold 60% of our planet’s fresh water. They cover a vast mysterious continent with a rich history reaching out over millions of years. Until… Read More »Explore the Wonderful Heritage of Antarctica
To say that 2020 has been a challenging year globally is an understatement. As of today, 1,775,776 people have lost their lives around the world because of the Covid-19 virus.… Read More »Covid-19, World Heritage and a Shared Humanity
We often see Darwin pictured as an elderly man distinguished by his long white beard and intelligent eyes, and know him as someone famous who made an important scientific discovery… Read More »Charles Darwin’s World Collecting Journey
Heritage and the arts come together in this unique vision for fighting back against the social and economic impact of coronavirus in our seaside towns. Theirs is a fragile economy,… Read More »A Coastal Call To Arms – The Back and Fill Festival