The Museum of Cambridge is pleased to announce the success of our fundraising campaign. Launched in November last year, the fundraising campaign aimed to raise around £50,000 – enough to keep the Museum going through lockdown until it could open
The Museum of Cambridge has launched an exciting community project that calls for local residents to share their stories of the city and beyond. We are thrilled to introduce Museum Making, a project where everyone who calls Cambridge their home
Aimee Flack, our Collections Officer, gives us an insight into the world of collections care at the Museum of Cambridge.
Roger Lilley tracks some of Cambridge’s lost streets and buildings (as seen in the novels of Susanna Gregory), and gives us clues about where we can look for their remenants today.
Carolyn Ferguson talks about two of Cambridge’s cycling pioneers that have recently sparked her interest, their lives, and their relationships with cycling and the city.
Florencia Nannetti shares her excitement about our new ‘Museum Making’ project and its importance in helping us build even stronger connections with Cambridge’s communities both past and present.
The Museum of Cambridge is pleased to announce that we have been offered a place on the two-year Heritage Compass programme!
The Chair of our Board, Lucy Walker, shares some thoughts about the Museum past and present, and how we can adapt our perspectives while looking to the future.
Victoria Mitchell talks to us about her experience as an education volunteer and the project she has worked on during the Pandemic to create local-history resources for Cambridge schools.
Join us as we take a look at the local history of tobacco pipes using both archaeological finds in the City of Cambridge and the Museum’s sizeable collection!