The Museum of Cambridge is excited to launch our new exhibit, “Cars, Carriages and the Cam: Navigating your way in Cambridge”, set to open on Wednesday 8th of November in our Attic Gallery!
Discover Cambridge’s history of trams, trains, carriages and ferries in a new exhibit discussing the memories and controversies of transport in Cambridge. From Thomas Hobson to the first community bike scheme in Cambridge, the exhibit explores the ever-changing face of Cambridge travel and transport. You’ll have the chance to see how Cambridge has wrestled with travel in the city, explore modern protests, Victorian satire and the controversial arrival of the train station to Cambridge city.
“Cars, Carriages and the Cam: Navigating your way in Cambridge” will be open from the 8th of November 2023 until the 29th of January 2024.
The Museum is open Monday, Wednesday-Saturday 10-5pm and Sundays 11-4pm. Adult admission is £6, and Student/Jobseeker admission is £4.5 to support us, an independent Museum and charity. Entry to the exhibit is included in your entry ticket. Children 16 and under visit for free.