Our winter exhibition has come to a close. Alex, our Community and Engagement Officer, tells us what the exhibition was all about and shares some of the exhibition’s highlights and successes.
Over the last 18 months or so, Covid allowing, I’ve scoured bookshops in Cambridge, Norwich, Lewes, and probably other places for interesting books to extract information from for Capturing Cambridge. It was in St Edward’s Passage, I think, that I
Seafood, cheese, and baking have all played their part in the Cambridgeshire’s culinary history. Trustee Roger explores them in detail.
About the talk Jonathan Spain will be speaking with the Museum about his book Fruit Farming in the Cam Valley . He will be looking at the history of the fruit industry in the Cam Valley, set in the wider regional
CELEBRATING TOGETHER There’s so much to look forward to this winter season, and something you should definitely start getting excited bout, is our new seasonal exhibition, Celebrating Together, which is launching on December 2nd and stays on until January 10th.
The Museum of Cambridge is delighted to be hosting a series of free Spooky Storytelling during the October Half-Term, from 28th through to 31st October. Cambridgeshire is full of fascinating stories, and some of them being captivatingly eerie, deserve to
Our Operations and Facilities Manager shares the challenges of looking after a 17th century building!
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.