The Caird Library and Archive at the National Maritime Museum is an extremely rich resource for researchers to help with your study. Find out how to access our collections and get expert help.
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WRNS100: A Journey into the Archive ...
Join us in the Caird Library to view a selection of treasures from the world’s greatest maritime library and archive.
The collections at Royal Museums Greenwich hold over 2.5 million items, including astronomical and navigational instruments, ship models and plans, coins, medals and flags, uniforms and weapons, plus historical art, film and photography.
If you would like to delve deeper into what's in our collections, find out how we look after them and learn about what our museum experts do behind the scenes, you'll find lots of fascinating and useful information in this section.
Visit the Caird Library and Archive at the National Maritime Museum and access the Museum's Library and Archive collection, the most extensive maritime reference resource in the world. Entry is free, you just need to register for a Reader’s Ticket.
The Caird Library and Archive at the National Maritime Museum subscribes to a range of electronic resources to assist you in your research.
Stamping snow from his boots, here’s Tom Crean, hero of three trips to Antarctica led by famous explorers Scott and Shackleton.
Be afraid! You are in the company of the fearless pirate Alice Leghorn, known to her friends and enemies as ‘The Wolf’. Arrrrgh!
Order items from the National Maritime Museum's Library and Archive collections to study in the Library’s Reading Room using the Aeon request system.