Hidden Cambridge Walking Tour

Hidden Cambridge Walking Tour

Join us and explore Hidden Cambridge, taking in the streets, alleys, buildings and history of the people living in the area between St John’s College and Quayside — the centre of trade that made the town a thriving inland port long before the first students arrived — before crossing the river to Castle Hill and the location of the Roman settlement of Duroliponte.

A walking tour for local residents who want to know more about the side streets and alleyways of the city as well as for visitors who want to discover more of Cambridge beyond King’s Parade

Celebrating Together: New Exhibition Launches in December

Celebrating Together: New Exhibition Launches in December

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.

Hidden Cambridge Walking Tour

Hidden Cambridge Walking Tour

Join us and explore Hidden Cambridge, taking in the streets, alleys, buildings and history of the people living in the area between St John’s College and Quayside — the centre of trade that made the town a thriving inland port long before the first students arrived — before crossing the river to Castle Hill and the location of the Roman settlement of Duroliponte.

A walking tour for local residents who want to know more about the side streets and alleyways of the city as well as for visitors who want to discover more of Cambridge beyond King’s Parade

October Half-Term Spooky Stories

October Half-Term Spooky Stories

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

Hidden Cambridge Walking Tour

Hidden Cambridge Walking Tour

Join us and explore Hidden Cambridge, taking in the streets, alleys, buildings and history of the people living in the area between St John’s College and Quayside — the centre of trade that made the town a thriving inland port long before the first students arrived — before crossing the river to Castle Hill and the location of the Roman settlement of Duroliponte.

A walking tour for local residents who want to know more about the side streets and alleyways of the city as well as for visitors who want to discover more of Cambridge beyond King’s Parade