There’s a group of islands in the Pacific Ocean known as Rēkohu in Moriori and Wharekauri in Māori languages, which later European explorers called the Chatham Islands. Located just to… Read More »Mapping the Chatham Islands with our new Create The Earth Museum platform
We’ve opened our very first office and tiny gallery in the beautiful port of Yarmouth on the Isle of Wight. If you ever visit this part of the world, we… Read More »No. 1 The Earth Museum – World Heritage on your Doorstep
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!
We are recruiting now for a five-month part-time teaching role in partnership with Gosport and Fareham Multi-Academy Trust. Take Two (UNESCO) Islands is a partnership pathfinder learning project that explores… Read More »Education opportunity! Inspire the next generation of global citizens
In their hearts and spirit Dreamtime be The Aboriginal soldier Who gave all for you and me. Source: The Aboriginal Soldier – Creative Spirits On this day, remembering all those… Read More »Taking time to reflect on Remembrance Day
A series of workshops with residents of Ryde Village held in early 2022, was commissioned by The Earth Museum through Independent Arts, and led by facilitator, Jess Ong, a freelance… Read More »Reflection: Discussing the Past by People who Experienced it
It’s arrived! Gosport’s Ghosts of Haslar History Trail designed and created by Year 8 students at Gosport and Fareham Multi-Academy Trust in partnership with The Earth Museum, and generously supported… Read More »It’s Arrived! Gosport’s Ghosts of Haslar History Trail
It’s arrived! Ryde Step Back History Trail designed and created by Year 9 History students at Ryde Academy in partnership with The Earth Museum, and generously supported by Historic England… Read More »It’s Arrived! Ryde Step Back History Trail
In December 2020, the Rumble Museum, situated at Cheney School Academy, Oxford, was privileged to receive the gift of a wide and varied collection of artefacts from several different sub-Saharan… Read More »Engaging Africa: Discovering rich artefact stories at the Rumble Museum
One of my overwhelming feelings in the recent lockdown was that of nostalgia. By nature, I tend to think about the past, but the never ending sense of time took… Read More »Ziggy played guitar – and bought his tights at Woolworths!
Over the last few months, year 5 students at Rowner Junior School in Gosport (UK) have been researching C19th collectors of empire who created a museum at the local Haslar… Read More »Destination Haslar! Students discover surgeon collectors in the Royal Navy
Did you know that the town of Ryde on the Isle of Wight is connected with Paul McCartney, the Beatles and that famous song? Or that only 200 years ago… Read More »Your ‘ticket to Ryde’ with new Island history explorer maps