Here Darwin studied for the clergy between 1827-1831. He also gained skills at studying the natural world.
Darwin lived here for a few years after his return from the Beagle voyage.
This is where Darwin and his family lived. Included are photographs of his home, the greenhouses, and a tour of the Sandwalk.
This is the village where his uncle lived, and where he got married to Emma Wedgwood.
Glen Roy
Darwin visited this site in Scotland to examine the mysterious "Parallel Roads" of the valley there.
A hydrotherapy treatment facility where Darwin went to get treatment for his many illnesses, and where his first daughter, Annie, died.
An exhausted Charles Darwin went here to take the water cure treatments right before publication of his book: "Origin of Species".
This is where Darwin was born and raised. There are two sets of pictures here.