EXHIBITION... Edithburgh Museum secretary Jan Geytenbeek with a section of the Australian National Maritime Museum’s panel exhibition Shackleton: Escape from Antarctica which is on display until the end of January. The exhibition is part of a national tour celebrating one of the greatest stories of survival of all time. EXHIBITION... Edithburgh Museum secretary Jan Geytenbeek with a section of the Australian National Maritime Museum’s panel exhibition Shackleton: Escape from Antarctica which is on display until the end of January. The exhibition is part of a national tour celebrating one of the greatest stories of survival of all time.

Edithburgh story of survival

VISITORS to the Edith­burgh Museum can follow in the footsteps of re­nowned Antarctic explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton.

The museum is currently hosting a new panel display from the Australian Nat­ional Maritime Museum during its national tour.

“Given our own maritime history and displays, we were thrilled when asked by the Australian National Maritime Museum to host the exhibition which also includes a documentary that visitors can watch,” museum secretary Jan Geytenbeek said.

To view full articles in the CURRENT issue click HERE and follow the prompts to subscribe to YPCT-E.
For all previous issues please contact our office on 8821 1155.

Leave a comment

Make sure you enter all the required information, indicated by an asterisk (*). HTML code is not allowed.