The Captain Scott Society of Cardiff
Formed to perpetuate the memory of Captain Scott and his comrades and their association with the city; includes historical background, with details of the monument raised by the society, and their annual programme of awards.
Captain Scott's Diary
The British Library provides a brief account of Scott's last expedition, with access to a virtual book edition of his Terra Nova diaries.
Digitised photographic images from polar explorations between 1845 and 1982, with a particular emphasis on British explorers. Includes biographies, expedition summaries and information on "Changing Britain and the Heroic Age".
The James Caird Society
Formed to preserve the memory of Antarctic explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton and the ill-fated Endurance expedition; named for its open whaler, the James Caird. With a collection of articles about the expedition and details of membership.
Captain Scott's ship RRS Discovery, located at the Discovery Quay in Dundee. Includes admission prices, educational downloads and access guides.
Brings together information on events to commemorate the centenary of the British Antarctic (Terra Nova) Expedition, 1910-13, led by Captain Robert Falcon Scott.
United Kingdom Antarctic Heritage Trust
Works to conserve Britain’s history of exploration and scientific research; provides a guide to their projects (including the restoration of Scott’s Antarctic base), education resources, and their collection of artefacts.