In the emerging world of presenting collections digitally, the Pitt Rivers Museum sits at the forefront. Once again, it has created a wonderful website, highlighting an important part of their holdings. This website is designed to provide researchers and the general public with access to all the information that the Pitt Rivers Museum holds about the objects in its care that were collected on the famous Pacific voyages of Captain James Cook (1728–1779). At its heart is a searchable catalogue that links to the relevant records in the Museum’s extensive online database. If you have an interest in one of the world’s greatest collections of eighteenth-century Pacific art and material culture, this is a must visit.