News & Blogs
The museum team has been posting blogs on the museum website since 2007
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SGHT DIRECTOR SG SARAH LURCOCK ROUNDS UP THE 2011/12 SEASON WITH THE NEWS FROM MARCH. Having got various members of...Read More
February 2012: Museum Assistant Henrick Løvendahl writes of events in February as the season draws to a close.
MUSEUM ASSISTANT HENRICK LØVENDAHL WRITES OF EVENTS IN FEBRUARY AS THE SEASON DRAWS TO A CLOSE. With February being a...Read More
January 2012: Museum Assistant Sue Werner reports on all the events in a busy January at the South Georgia Museum.
MUSEUM ASSISTANT SUE WERNER REPORTS ON ALL THE EVENTS IN A BUSY JANUARY AT THE SOUTH GEORGIA MUSEUM. KE Cove...Read More
December 2011: Curatorial Intern Katie Murray gives us a run down of the last month at the South Georgia Museum. Happy New Year!
CURATORIAL INTERN KATIE MURRAY GIVES US A RUN DOWN OF THE LAST MONTH AT THE SOUTH GEORGIA MUSEUM. HAPPY NEW...Read More
LIZ ADAMS TELLS US ABOUT SOME OF THE EVENTS AT THE MUSEUM THROUGHOUT NOVEMBER At the end of October the...Read More
After a pleasant sail from the Falkland Islands the new Museum team arrived at King Edward Point on Friday 30...Read More
NEW JOB OPPORTUNITY WITH SOUTH GEORGIA HERITAGE TRUST! South Georgia Heritage Trust have a vacancy for the new role of...Read More
SOUTH GEORGIA MUSEUM ARTEFACTS GO ON DISPLAY IN NEW YORK From Prey to Protection exhibition A number of artefacts...Read More
A REVIEW OF THE LAST MONTH AT THE MUSEUM BY SUE EDWARDS Helicopter taking off from cruise ship Marina Svetaeva...Read More
MUSEUM ASSISTANT SUE EDWARDS TELLS US THE LATEST NEWS FROM GRYTVIKEN AND ROUND ABOUT Waving goodbye to the old BAS...Read More
VIOLIN MADE ON SOUTH GEORGIA SET TO RETURN TO THE ISLAND A violin that was made in South Georgia has...Read More
August 2010 As the team prepare to return to the island for the 2010/11 season, find out more about the new...Read More
April 2010 We have recently received an excellent painting of factory ship Southern Venturer. Read all about it! It's the end of...Read More
The history of Grytviken came alive recently when Bridget Steed projected a range of historic images around the station. SGHT's new...Read More