EXHIBITION: Exploring the Mystery and Beauty of Crop Circles. CLOSED on 3 September.
Saturday, 21 June, 2014
This exhibition of stunning photographs and video explores the mystery and beauty of Crop Circles. Find out the latest news about crop circles and find out if there are circles that you can visit, where the land-owner has agreed to allow access.
The exhibition was curated and compiled by Monique Klinkenbergh (Crop Circle Access Centre) together with long term crop circle researcher Andreas Müller with contributions and support from many other national and international photographers and researchers.
This year's exhibition explores the mystery and beauty of the crop circle phenomenon. The multi-media exhibition features a selection of high quality photos of some of the most intricate and perplexing crop circles of recent years. Using images, film and interactive map-displays, it explores the history, research and theories of the crop circle phenomenon.
This Crop Circle Access Centre exhibition - this year hosted by the Wiltshire Museum - is a convenient central meeting point for crop circle visitors, tourists and researchers and provides up-to-date information about the latest accessible crop circles, a cinema corner featuring quadcopter videos, a library corner, free use of computers and wifi-connection.
Crop Circle Access Pass 2014
All visitors are encouraged to purchase crop circle access passes before entering formations. Funds from the sale of these passes are exclusively used to compensate farmers for the losses associated with crop formations. Your contributions will be properly managed by the Wiltshire Farmers’ Crop Circle Fund.
The justifiable frustration that farmers feel about crop circles and the damage done by visitors could easily lead to all formations being quickly mowed out by farmers in this and subsequent seasons.
The Crop Circle Access Centre provides information about which formations will accept visitors (with the approval of the affected farmer) and where to enter the formation.
Crop Circle Access Passes are now available online -
find out more here. You can also purchase your pass from the Wiltshire Museum in Devizes, The Sticks and Stones Cafe at the Woodborough Garden Centre, Faux Arts in Marlborough and various other convenient locations in the area
You can download an app for iPhone and Android - find out more here
Season Pass: £10
Crop Circle Code of Conduct
Download the Crop Circle Etiquette from this link.
No booking required, unless bringing a group of more than 10 people.
Please telephone the Museum on +44 1380 727369 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We offer a discounted ticket for groups of £3.50 and can arrange for you to visit the exhibition when we are normally closed. We can also arrange tea and coffee or a light buffet-style lunch.
Admission fee for Museum includes entry to exhibition. Adults £5, Concessions £4 (with Gift Aid)