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The Mary Anning writing project - dressing up as Mary Anning

Learning at Lyme Regis Museum

Learning and discovery at Lyme Regis Museum

See our webpage http://www.lymeregismuseum.co.uk/discovery-and-learning

Contact Chris Andrews, Learning Officer at:  learning@lymeregismusuem.co.uk or ring us on: 01297 444463



Resources available

Our ethos is to make the museum a special place for both informal and structured creative learning. Indoors, we offer a variety of workshops covering many aspects of the curriculum.  Outdoors we offer school fossil walks with our expert guides, a great way to get ‘hands on’ on the Jurassic Coast and really inspire pupils to get interested in science.

We also offer outreach visits and resources, including loan boxes and fossil talks with hands-on sessions.

Worksheets and other resources are available on our website.

Our strengths

Geology, fossils and the Jurassic Coast

Mary Anning

Rockpooling and marine biology

Local history

Facilities available

The Museum is small and cannot accommodate large groups unless their time is divided between the Museum and mainly outdoor activities such as fossil trips and town walks. Additional accommodation can be provided nearby, provided notice is given. Public toilets are situated across the road from the Museum.

Other places to visit in the area

The Jurassic Coast (see www.jurassiccoast.com)

 Sidmouth Museum

Charmouth Heritage Coast Centre

Dorset County Museum

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