Mapping

Making Geography Fun for Kids

2018-03-09T08:35:18+00:00March 8th, 2018|Categories: Home and Interiors|

Geography can be loads more fun for a child than you can possible imagine. All they need is a little encouragement and a guide in the right direction. Studying geography is about so much more than being able to point out a country on a map and reel off its capitals! It's about being curious [...]

Valentine’s Day gifts – The best journeys are worth sharing

2017-09-21T08:01:27+00:00February 5th, 2015|Categories: Mapping Product, Uncategorized|

February has graced us with its presence once again, and for a lot of individuals that only means one thing - no, not a few days closer to longer and sunnier afternoons, I'm talking about Valentines Day! Whether you're planning something special for your loved one, or looking to give a truly unique and personal gift to [...]

My Top 10 Favourite Map Tattoos

2017-09-21T08:02:10+00:00January 21st, 2015|Categories: Mapping news, Uncategorized|

In the news this week, we saw Kevin Pietersen get a brand new tattoo, which appealed to us, as he got a map of the world inked across his body. This inspired me to do a bit of research, to see if anybody else has similar tattoos that also showcase their passion for mapping and travel. [...]

Be A Double Winner during the Games with Maps International!

2017-09-21T09:11:20+00:00July 31st, 2012|Categories: Mapping news, Mapping Product, Uncategorized|

Feeling patriotic? Maps International are! So much so that we're celebrating the Olympic and Paralympic Games by running a series of Facebook competitions. The prizes on offer are a collection of beautiful London Art maps, the perfect souvenir for anyone who wants to remember the most important Summer the UK has ever seen. The [...]

Going Global – The Renaissance Globe Project

2017-09-21T09:11:54+00:00July 10th, 2012|Categories: Mapping news, Places in the UK, Travel News, Uncategorized|

Ever wondered what it's like to create your own little world? Well, wonder no more, as the Museum of the History of Science in Maps International's hometown of Oxford have been running The Renaissance Globe Project, a series of exciting events informing the public about the traditional art of Globe making and cartography. These include [...]

Royal Wedding route map

2017-09-21T09:35:16+00:00April 27th, 2011|Categories: Mapping news, Uncategorized|

If you're planning on going to London for the Royal Wedding of William and Kate (or Princess Catherine) then you'll find our handy Royal Wedding Route Map perfect to take. Find out the route of the Royal Wedding procession, the nearest tube stops, the key sights on the route, such as Downing Street, Buckingham Palace, [...]

Huge Map Love

2017-09-21T09:38:08+00:00April 7th, 2011|Categories: Uncategorized|

Today's member of staff selecting his favourite product is Iain. Iain claims to like any of the maps as long as they are of the huge variety. There seems to be a running theme with the male members of staff and their love for the huge varieties of map. Interesting. It's a good job we [...]

UK Interactive Crime Map Launched Today

2017-09-21T09:41:11+00:00February 1st, 2011|Categories: Uncategorized|

Today sees the launch of a brand new interactive map showing the number and types of crime committed throughout the UK on a street level. After unprecedented demand however this website has crashed. It seems we are all keen to see how the neighbourhoods we live and work in compare on this interactive map, with [...]

Postcard Sized Street Maps Now Available!

2017-09-21T09:41:17+00:00January 25th, 2011|Categories: Uncategorized|

Introducing Our New Postcard Sized Street Maps We have a great range of street maps available to purchase from the Business section of the website.The postcard street maps cover over 50,000 cities, towns and villages in Great Britain The Downloadable Postcard Street Maps include all streets, plus points of interest and major buildings where applicable [...]

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