Wiltshire's circles crop up at museum
10:54am Friday 20th June 2014 in By Jill Crooks, Devizes area senior reporter
Wiltshire Museum in Devizes is hosting an exhibition on crop circles.
The multi-media exhibition features 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.
The exhibition was compiled by Monique Klinkenbergh, co-founder of the 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. The exhibition opens on Saturday and runs until August 31.
The Crop Circle Access Centre is based at Wiltshire Museum this summer 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 wi-fi.
Visitors can buy a crop circle access pass, enabling them to visit the latest formations safe in the knowledge that the farmer has given permission.
Passes are now available priced £10 for the whole season.
They can be bought at Wiltshire Museum, Woodborough Garden Centre, Faux Art in Marlborough and online at www.cropcircleaccess.com Entry to the exhibition and the museum is £5 for adults, £4 concession.
Visitors who want to revisit the Crop Circle Access Centre will receive a return ticket.