Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences
Discover fossils, rocks and minerals from around the world and explore more than 550 million years of Earth's history.
To find out more about Down House where Charles Darwin lived visit the English Heritage website.
About Darwin is a great resource for researching Darwin's life. There is a great database of links to explore.
Darwin200 was put together to celebrate the impact tof Darwin's ideas on evolution. The celebrations are centred on key Darwin anniversaries.
Darwin-online has the complete work of Charles Darwin online.
Discover Darwin focuses on Darwin's connection with Shrewsbury, Darwin's birthplace. Many interesting facts are learnt about Darwin's family, school life and Shrewsbury town.
Charles Darwin (Open University)
The Open University have joined in the celebrations to mark the 2009 anniversaries and have put together a good range of resources for you to explore.
Discover with Darwin
The website has a short video and has activities and questions for children. It also has boxes of 'words to know' throughout so they can learn the vocabulary.
Darwin Endless Forms
Darwin in endless forms explores Charles Darwin, Natural Science and the Visual Arts.
Neatorama - 10 Facts about Darwin
Find 10 facts you didn't know about Darwin!
American Museum of Natural History - Darwin Exhibition
The American Museum of Natural History put together the 'Darwin' exhibition website. The website features many aspects of Darwins life and is another good resource to explore Darwin and his impact on the world.
An american website, which is an excellent resouce for Secondary Schools. The website includes many interactive features that relate to Charles Darwin including his personal diary and the effects of his theory on society. The website has a teacher and student section.
Becoming human brings together interactive, multimedia, research and scholarship to promote greater understanding of the course of human evolution.
Devolve me - Charles Darwin (The Open Univerisity)
A fun interactive website where you can upload an image of yourself and see what you would have looked as an early human!
Darwin Correspondence Project
On this site you can read and search the full texts of more than 7000 of Charles Darwin's letters, and ?nd information on 8,000 more. Available here are complete transcripts of all known letters Darwin wrote and received up to the year 1868, with more being added all the time