Minecraft at RAMM
Explore historic Exeter with Microsoft’s Minecraft.
Discover what life was like in Roman, Tudor and 18th century Exeter with Minecraft. RAMM staff have identified significant times in the city’s history and worked with well known Minecraft creators to give a great gaming experience.
You can even get inside a museum object. 18th Century Exeter is based on the Hedgeland model in the Making History gallery and includes the object’s case. The Hogenburg map of Exeter lets you see Exeter as Tudor map makers did. The two versions of Roman Exeter are based on the city’s rich archaeological record.
These worlds are in Java edition only for now. New bedrock versions due in late Summer 2019.
Download links for Java Editions
You can explore these time periods:
Project contributors and acknowledgements
RAMM worked with Adam Clarke and Victoria Bennet from The Common People, James Delaney from Blockworks and Johann Kruger from Dragnoz. Sofia Romualdo’s University of Exeter PhD research into the Gameful Museum started the project with the Hedgeland map. The Exeter: A Place in Time project connects objects and interpretation with creativity through Minecraft.