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Museum houses vast collections of antiquities from ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome, including exhibits of English and European pottery and glass, furniture, clocks, Chinese jades, and ceramics from Japan and Korea.
Every year I came in Cambridge a place I like to return is the Fitzwilliam Museum , a real cultural institution of this city. His majestic entrance, the permanent exhibition with the masterpieces of different artistic periods and the new rooms dedicated to temporary exhibitions...More
The Fitzwilliam is a wonderful old museum, with serious wooden cases displaying marvelous objects, sculptures, artifacts, and incidental items. It was a few hours well-spent in an excellent and well-presented collection.
We visited here as a family of four (children aged 11 & 15). The museum is absolutely full of many, many items. Whilst there are some beautiful items here (and there are many beautiful and interesting artifacts), there are almost too many to look it....More
Do visit the Fitz. A very varied collection with something to please most people. Their special exhibitions are excellent and cover their subject in depth. And it’s all free
Suits adults and children but not sure there’s much for very small children