The Memory Map Toolkit is an open source web application for creating interactive maps for heritage, history, tourism, or any other circumstance in which you might want to combine rich media content with an interactive map.
It is built and maintained by the Barlett Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis, University College London, and is developed in collaboration with the Survey of London, the Space Syntax Laboratory, and the writer and artist Rachel Lichtenstein.
Our first Memory Map, the Memory Map of the Jewish East End aims to be a lasting document of both the history and memory traces of the Jewish community in East London, bringing the stories and memories of this vanishing landscape to new audiences.
Created in partnership with the London Borough of Newham Youth Empowerment Services, the Newham Youth Map is a map of places and resources in the borough important to young people, created by young people themselves.
Curated by the University College London European Institute, this map documents places in London in European literature, music, and film.