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Enni empathy exhibition at Kettle’s Yard is life-enhancing

Enni empathy exhibition at Kettle’s Yard is life-enhancing

Enni empathy exhibition at Kettle’s Yard is life-enhancing

12 June 2021

World’s first empathy artist puts ‘emotional connection’ at heart of community


Culture Recovery Fund offers £1m to Cambridge museums and venues

Culture Recovery Fund offers £1m to Cambridge museums and venues

Culture Recovery Fund offers £1m to Cambridge museums and venues

08 April 2021

Two thousand arts organisations across the country are benefitting from round two of the government’s £1.57billion fund.


XR Cambridge questions Science Museum’s links to big oil

XR Cambridge questions Science Museum’s links to big oil

XR Cambridge questions Science Museum’s links to big oil

17 March 2021

Dr Rowan Williams among signatories in appeal over fossil fuel sponsorship


Exhibition: Alfred Wallis Rediscovered at Kettle's Yard

Exhibition: Alfred Wallis Rediscovered at Kettle's Yard

Exhibition: Alfred Wallis Rediscovered at Kettle's Yard

04 October 2020

The work of self-taught British artist and mariner Alfred Wallis entranced Jim Ede, creator of Kettle's Yard. Now his collection is going on display.


Discover the treasures of the Cambridge University Library

Discover the treasures of the Cambridge University Library

Discover the treasures of the Cambridge University Library

03 October 2020

Fragile documents from Isaac Newton's notebooks to an ancient handwritten bible and Shakespeare's First Folio are now on Google Arts and Culture.


More Cambridge museums set to reopen

More Cambridge museums set to reopen

More Cambridge museums set to reopen

03 October 2020

Many of the University of Cambridge’s museums are welcoming visitors back through their doors with new Covid-19 safety measures in place.


Cambridge researchers uncover 500-year-old murder mystery in scrolls

Cambridge researchers uncover 500-year-old murder mystery in scrolls

Cambridge researchers uncover 500-year-old murder mystery in scrolls

29 August 2020

Buried within scrolls that record court cases of the 17th century is a story of a missing child, remains found in a pot and parents under suspicion.


Chocks away - Bottisham Airfield Museum is ready to relaunch

Chocks away - Bottisham Airfield Museum is ready to relaunch

Chocks away - Bottisham Airfield Museum is ready to relaunch

12 August 2020

Museum is set to reopen after a major project to restore the original buildings to their 1940s glory.


Open Cambridge set to host virtual tours and tales of the city

Open Cambridge set to host virtual tours and tales of the city

Open Cambridge set to host virtual tours and tales of the city

06 July 2020

Open Cambridge is offering an online event this year and is asking for amateur videos and podcasts about the city


Take our museum quiz by Cambridge author who delved into their mysteries

Take our museum quiz by Cambridge author who delved into their mysteries

Take our museum quiz by Cambridge author who delved into their mysteries

25 May 2020

From the location of a cursed chair to the most vandalised painting in the world, Claire Cock-Starkey has collected the most fascinating museum facts


Brighten up that work Zoom call - with an aardvark

Brighten up that work Zoom call - with an aardvark

Brighten up that work Zoom call - with an aardvark

13 May 2020

After weeks in lockdown everyone is a bit jaded with the morning Zoom call from work – but what if you could invite an aardvark to the meeting?


Our guide to week one of the Cambridge Science Festival 2020

Our guide to week one of the Cambridge Science Festival 2020

Our guide to week one of the Cambridge Science Festival 2020

09 March 2020

This year the festival's theme is Vision, covering new technology, the environment and advances in healthcare - plus a few impressive explosions


Museum Remix reveals the stories too sexy for the Victorians

Museum Remix reveals the stories too sexy for the Victorians

Museum Remix reveals the stories too sexy for the Victorians

23 February 2020

Museum Remix display at the Museum of Classical Archaeology will uncover the hidden LGBTQ+ stories from classical history


Our guide to Twilight at the Museums 2020: All the events in Cambridge and beyond

Our guide to Twilight at the Museums 2020: All the events in Cambridge and beyond

Our guide to Twilight at the Museums 2020: All the events in Cambridge and beyond

19 February 2020

All the events, and a map, to help you to explore the city’s museums after dark and discover what's lurking in the shadows on Wednesday February 19.


Museum Bums get to the bottom of romance in Ancient Greece

Museum Bums get to the bottom of romance in Ancient Greece

Museum Bums get to the bottom of romance in Ancient Greece

07 February 2020

A cheeky night out for Valentine's Day at Cambridge University's Museum of Classical Archaeology


Our guide to the Cambridge Science Festival 2020

Our guide to the Cambridge Science Festival 2020

Our guide to the Cambridge Science Festival 2020

24 January 2020

Discover the highlights promised for this year's festival and when bookings open for the hottest events


Feast and Fast: how pineapple mania hit Cambridge

Feast and Fast: how pineapple mania hit Cambridge

Feast and Fast: how pineapple mania hit Cambridge

21 December 2019

Pineapples, sugar sculptures and peacock pies – the Fitzwilliam Museum’s new exhibition delves into the history of food. ALEX SPENCER reports.


Cambridge researchers unearth witch trials in old court rolls

Cambridge researchers unearth witch trials in old court rolls

Cambridge researchers unearth witch trials in old court rolls

20 December 2019

Tales of magic and murder are revealed in historical records of Cambridgeshire witch trials in a research project by the Cambridge University Library.


Win a copy of the Hidden Tales book and join treasure hunters on a trail across Cambridge

Win a copy of the Hidden Tales book and join treasure hunters on a trail across Cambridge

Win a copy of the Hidden Tales book and join treasure hunters on a trail across Cambridge

27 November 2019

Find all the hidden locks and keys in this exclusive new picture from the Riddle of the White Sphinx to enter our competition


Cambridge Literary Festival interview: author Nicola Upson reveals how the Bloomsbury Set's house inspired her new novel

Cambridge Literary Festival interview: author Nicola Upson reveals how the Bloomsbury Set's house inspired her new novel

Cambridge Literary Festival interview: author Nicola Upson reveals how the Bloomsbury Set's house inspired her new novel

27 November 2019

Cambridge writer Nicola Upson exlores a mystery at the house that was to become the home of the Bloomsbury Set in her new novel, Sorry For the Dead


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