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Museum of Classical Archaeology

By Ben Comber

University of Cambridge Faculty of Classics
University of Cambridge Faculty of Classics

Over 450 plaster casts of Greek and Roman sculptures, dating back to 1700 BC and spanning two thousand years.

Museum of Classical Archaeology

Address: Faculty of Classics, Sidgwick Avenue, Cambridge, CB3 9DA

Visitor centre opening hours: Weekdays 10 - 5; Saturdays 10 - 1 (during term time only)

Entry prices: Free admission

Parking: No, metered parking available on Sidgwick Avenue

Toilets: Yes

Refreshments: No

The museum is a collections of casts of many classical sculptures that are the prized possessions of wold-renowned museums and housed around the globe.

Sculptures such as the Farnese Hercules and the Venus de Milo all under the same roof. Why go all the way to the Louvre?

Prominent favorites are the ancient Greek Sounion Kouros and the pediments of the Temple of Zeus at Olympia.

The museum is located in Cambridge University's Faculty of Classics - just follow the signposts.

For more information visit the Museum of Classical Archaeology website.


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