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Come to the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology at the University of Cambridge to see world-class collections of art and artefacts from all over the world. Objects ranging from stone tools and pots to sculptures and paintings represent cultures...more
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The display were laid out over three floors. The exhibit focused on objects associated with different people groups from ancient times to recent decades. Some of the display were just amazing but some are associated with demons. The Benin bronze were majestic, it's a shame...More
I have been going here since I was a child as it is amazing. It has the best written information, really really interesting with lots for children and adults. the ground floor is new and not very interesting but upstairs is wonderful. Luckily they havent...More
Free to get in , the grandchildren all loved it especially our young dinosaur enthusiast. The collection is far bigger than expected, so well worth the visit. Set in a beautiful area snuggled in between college buildings. Take a look, won't be disappointed.
We went to see the Harry Burton Photographic exhibition and although not large, it was well laid out and presented, giving an insight into the use and importance of photographs for the Tutankhamun discovery.
Worth a visit if you are in the slightest interested in...More
We found this museum whilst wandering around Cambridge so glad we did, there was so much to see on the different floors with many exhibits. There is also the photographs from the opening of Tutankhamen tomb. Worth going to as also a beautiful building
Thoroughly enjoyed visiting this museum. It’s fairly compact and the exhibits are well presented. We visited on a Friday afternoon and were able to see everything quite easily. If you like learning about other countries/cultures you will enjoy your visit.
Yes there are seats as you go round but they might not be where you want to draw. Not sure if there are any rules about drawing in this museum but we did see groups of students drawing in other University museums so it could... More
Yes there are seats as you go round but they might not be where you want to draw. Not sure if there are any rules about drawing in this museum but we did see groups of students drawing in other University museums so it could well be alright. May be phone them before going to be on the safe side.