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Virtual tour of Conway Hall for schools

Conway Hall is one of only two surviving buildings in the UK built by and for the non-religious. A humanist building, it was built as a place where non-religious people could come together and find community: a community specifically of people who wanted to share ideas, to work for a better world, and to enjoy music, the arts, and each other’s company. Today, it is home to a vibrant programme of events, as well as to the Conway Hall Library and Archives—the largest and most comprehensive humanist research resource of its kind in the United Kingdom.

Our virtual tour, created in partnership with Conway Hall Ethical Society and made possible by The National Lottery Heritage Fund, provides teachers and students (aged 9 and up) with the opportunity to explore the humanist worldview and its history. It introduces some of the people, objects, stories, and events that have helped to shape humanism and its impact on the modern world.

Accompanying materials for teachers and students can be found on Understanding Humanism.

A general audience tour will follow soon, but anyone is welcome to make use of this version.

Made by Heritage Creative