Mary White talks about what volunteering looks like in 2021, and the value of volunteering during the pandemic.
Roger Lilley discusses what we know about the people who lived on Emmanuel Road in 1851, and the sad truths about those incarcerated in the jail there.
The Chair of our Board, Lucy Walker, shares her hopes for 2021 and her vision for the Museum of Cambridge this year.
‘Weaving Our Stories’ is a one day live art event at which artists Cathy Dunbar, Jill Eastland and Jane Hellings will be making a 3-dimensional weaving telling the stories of Cambridge women before and during the pandemic. It takes place
In 2018, the Fitzwilliam Museum saved a marble bust of Queen Victoria. The Museum of Cambridge is proud to have a more flattering wooden example of the young queen which was given to the Museum in 1936, its first year
We are pleased to be recruiting for the role of Museum Community and Volunteer Engagement Officer. JOIN OUR TEAM TO HELP US TELL THE STORIES OF CAMBRIDGE, FROM THE ORDINARY TO THE EXTRAORDINARY. This is an exciting opportunity to
Museum of Cambridge Releases New Single To accompany our touring exhibition that is bringing our unique knowledge of the history of Cambridgeshire out to you, we have released a song that will be featuring in it. The Merry in Maytime exhibition explains
Banners celebrating women’s rights now in display in the heart of Cambridge Following an initiative by the Museum of Cambridge a number of groups set out to celebrate the centenary of women getting the vote by making contemporary Suffrage Banners.
January is a time of rest after a busy festive period, right? Not for us! Those of you in the Grand Arcade on Sunday 6 January will have been treated to quite a spectacle at 1pm – but what was
The Museum of Cambridge is full of unusual and fascinating items and the Follows and Bates Tabletop Marmalade Maker is surely one of them…