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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 illuminated manuscripts ancient egypt egyptian collection special exhibition free entry on display gift shop entrance hall beautiful building great collection rainy day few hours couple of hours worth a visit wide range great place to visit
Huge and to be honest fabulous value in the sense that a £5 donation is sort of expected but that is good value. Lots of interesting artefacts. Some fabulous paintings. I found it a bit large to get round to be honest. Also made me...More
... museums of a capital town/city that are famous to the point of being representative of the place it situates.
This first type demonstrates the uniqueness of the place. It helps you ponder upon history, famous companies, traditional industries, and all of their relevance to...More
Surprisingly impressive this small (compared to the major ones on London capital) museum with an impressive selection of masters, and comprehensive historical coverage with objects, mobilia, paintings, sculptures from the Egyptians, Greeks, Middle Ages going through Renascence, Impressionists, Moderns up to the contemporary times. On...More
Day out with my teenager around town, not easy to please as anyone with a teenager can tell you. We lost ourselves for a couple of hours.. the place is amazing and it was good to see my teenager enjoying an educational trip without knowing...More
I'm booking a trip into Heathrow, arriving May 4th. My general plan is to leave directly from Heathrow to Cambridge. I've seen London, although it's been a long time. If I decide to revisit I'll do it in the days prior to my return flight on May 25th. Anyway, arrive in Cambridge in the afternoon, check in (haven't booked yet but will start that tomorrow, so I'm open for recommendations, B&B is fine, but en suite is necessary as I'm 68! My list of what to see in Cambridge, besides a...More
April 06, 2016|
I would take up the third day option .The Fitzwilliam is a big museum and at least half a day is needed .
Good things to do indoors this Sunday? (5 Replies)
I'm going to be in Cambridge and the weather forecast is cold cold cold. Apart from the Fitzwilliam museum, lots of things seem to be closed on Sundays and even that isn't open till noon. Any suggestions for things indoors that will be open. NB: am not a churchgoer.
March 22, 2013|
Not a great deal of indoor entertainment really ,apart from Cinema , Swimming ,Bowling, cant think of much else. Certainly wouldnt call The Bland Arcade or Grafton Centre entertainment , but they are inside