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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.
All reviews degas exhibition egyptian section ancient egypt special exhibition free entry on display beautiful building gift shop entrance hall rainy day great collection few hours worth a visit couple of hours wide range great place to visit visiting cambridge
We saw so many interesting various artifacts from knights armour/military equipment, pottery, glass, ceramics, pictures etc that dated as far back before the birth of Jesus Christ. Every item in the museum had an amazing story to tell. Staff at the museum were very helpful...More
I visit the Fitzwilliam often and it never fails to amaze. Helpful staff with alot of subject knowledge. There is an exhibition room upstairs which often has special events that are open to the public.
This famous museum never fails to capture the imagination! Have visted it several times but always see something we previously missed.
Admission is free, and the great staircase of the main entry hall always captures a spirit of grandeur however many times one visits! Thoroughly...More
Some of the exhibitions were closed for building works but the rest of the museum had plenty of highlights. The Egyptian exhibits were very good, as was the impressionist section including Cezanne, Monet and Renior paintings. Worth a visit for sure
Free entry, amazing displays, informed guides to help you.
This is the sort of place where there is so much to see that you need to do it in two or three hour chunks.
The museum is well laid out with each room themed in...More
Almost as much as the art displayed, I appreciated the accessibility to it. Well organized, helpful staff to boot. A treasure --- and it doesn't matter if you go for 5 minutes or 5 hours, because there is no entrance fee. Enjoy.