These were produced to be used in the museum, but are still available for you to get a taste of our collections whilst our building is closed.
Ancient Egypt gallery
Bringing the World to Plymouth
Plymouth: Port and Place
Thanks to the Heritage Lottery Fund, we have been able to record and present fifteen ‘From Plymouth to Pole’ audios files alongside our Scott and Plymouth’s Antarctic connections display. For more information and resources on Scott, please visit the Scott mini-site.
Robert Falcon Scott
They Sailed With Scott
More Antarctic Associations
Students studying English at Plymouth University worked with the Museum to learn more about Interpretation, and produced the guide below.
Find out more about the background to the Cottonian Collection, its oil paintings, sculptures and mythological stories with these free downloads originally produced by the Young Explainers in 2013 for the Museum and Art Gallery.
Decorative art collections
Although not on permanent display, visit our ceramics page for an audio guide on studio potters. Visit our decorative art pages for audio guides about contemporary craft in the south west and contemporary glass.
Other audio resources
Sir Joshua Reynolds: The Acquisition of Genius
Audio guides were produced by our Young Explainers group for this exhibition, which was on display from 21 November 2009 to 20 February 2010.
Young Explainers also produced audio guides for the ‘In Pursuit of Art’ exhibition which was on display in 2012.