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Royal Museums Greenwich

Thursday, September 7, 2017 - 13:15
Royal Museums Greenwich are delighted to announce new private viewings of its latest exhibition Death in the Ice: The Shocking Story of Franklin’s Final Expedition.
Learn about the mysterious fate of Sir John Franklin and his crew on their final expedition to find and map the North-West passage. In 1845 Sir John Franklin and his crew left England, but would never return and until 2014 their disappearance remained unsolved.

In 2014, the wreck of HMS Erebus was discovered off the coast of Canada, followed by the discovery of HMS Terror in 2016. As Parks Canada’s Underwater Archaeology Team brings to light the ships' contents, Death in the ice will see some of the discoveries – including personal items, clothing and components of the ships.
Displayed in Britain for the first time, these exclusive viewings offer an exciting opportunity to uncover the secrets of Sir John Franklin and his crew whilst enjoying drinks and canapes from event caterers Party Ingredients.
Speak to a member of the team on 0208 312 8517 or email