With over two million items, our Collections provide an unparalleled resource tracing 500 years of geographical discovery and research.
Find out more about the vast collection of items we hold.
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Get immersed in the stories behind our Collections from the comfort of your home.
Our Picture Library is one of the world's finest collections of photography and artworks, recording over 200 years of travel, people, place and geographical discovery.
Plan a visit to the Foyle Reading Room to consult and research items in our Collections.
Support our Collections by buying prints, donating items or becoming a member of the Society.
We are part of the Science Museums and Archives Consortium, which each year award six AHRC-funded collaborative doctoral studentships.
A digitisation project enabling hundreds of thousands of items from our Collections to be digitised, allowing access to wider audiences in order to support teaching and learning.
[Online] This webinar will explore how you can network both in person and virtually.
5 October 2022
[Online and in-person] EXPLORE is the Society’s annual expedition and field research planning weekend, it is unmissable for inspiration, advice, and contacts.
5 November 2022
[In-person] Hosted by a special guest this will be a fun evening of microlectures from senior pupils from the Norwich Schools Partnership showcasing a broad range of subjects in human, physical and environmental geography.
23 November 2022
[In-person] Join us for a study day, where A Level students will benefit from a series of sessions led by experts that focus on areas of the KS5 curriculum.
30 November 2022
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