Created by the Natural History Museum in London, this website presents most of the botanical drawings and engravings prepared by artist Sydney Parkinson on the first voyage of HMS Endeavour (1768-1771), plus drawings by other artists in England, produced from Parkinson's initial sketches. Parkinson died on board the Endeavour shortly after leaving Java and had, prior to embarking on that journey, worked for a year at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. The images on the site have all been taken from the illustrations made by Sydney Parkinson, John Frederick Miller, and Frederick Polydore Nodder in the period during and after the Endeavour's circumnavigation of the world, between 1773 and 1784. The illustrations are of plants found in a range of countries, with botanical specimens from Australia, Java, Brazil, Madeira, New Zealand, Tierra Del Fuego and the Society Islands included. In addition to these prints, the text explains the publication history of the illustrations, from their ownership by Joseph Banks to their place in the Natural History Museum collections. The site offers a clickable map of the Endeavour's journey, linking through to the images of botanical specimens from each location. The images can also be searched by keyword. Historical information about the Endeavour, the illustrations, the publication of the voyage results and the people involved is also provided.