26 July 2021 - 25 August 2021
Please pre-book tickets for accompanied curated tours on 26 and 27 July (11.00am - 12.30pm and 3.00pm - 4.30pm).
Royal Geographical Society (with IBG), 1 Kensington Gore, London, SW7 2AR
Free Opening times in August are to be advised pending government guidance.
Please note that the public opening of the exhibition has been postponed to Monday 26 July and we are currently only taking bookings for visits on 26 and 27 July. However we hope to add further dates in August and will announce these as soon as we are able.
Booking for this event is essential. Places are very limited and if you are unable to attend, please email firstname.lastname@example.org in advance so that we can offer your place to someone else.
Earth Photo 2021, an international photography project developed jointly by Forestry England and the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) has attracted hundreds of photo and video submissions which stimulate conversations about our world and its inhabitants.
Visit the Society this summer to see a stunning selection of the shortlisted images, from categories including People, Place, Nature, Changing Forests and A Climate of Change. The Society display also includes historic photography from our Collections.
A selection of the shortlisted images will also be on display in Dalby Forest, Moors Valley, and Grizedale.
Earth Photo is supported by Rolex, Jaguar Land Rover and the Sun Institute.
Featured image: Sebastian Voltmer, Line Up Milky Over Stonehenge
Learn how we are keeping staff and visitors safe at the Society.
[Online] WaterHarvest is a UK based charity that has been working in India for over 30 years. This lecture will examine the opportunities for two-way technology transfer between Rajasthan and Kenya.
25 November 2021
South West committee members will be providing an interactive computer game for children, and presenting a talk on the Bodmin Moor walk.
9 October 2021
[In person and online] The Great Exhibition Road Festival returns for a celebration of curiosity, discovery and exploration.
[Online] Writer and journalist Tim Marshall will talk about the influence of geography on history and politics.
30 September 2021
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