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Fitzwilliam Museum
The fine art and antiquities museum of the University of Cambridge.
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Our knights in the armoury couldn’t resist taking part in day! If your visiting today we’d love to see yours!
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jan 17
Wed's lunchtime talk by Prof George Manginis reveals a Fitz link to the Benaki Museum Collection of Chinese ceramics
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Sarah-JayneBlakemore Jan 16
PS They were bought from the , Cambridge, in case you need some.
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Christopher Howse Jan 16
My Christmas card has now been viewed more than half a million times. Thanks to for making it.
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LC Jan 15
Thank you to , & for a truly magical afternoon of larks, lions & unicorns. More, please!
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Susan Oosthuizen Jan 14
Frisky lion on a mid-8thC Northumbrian silver pauses for a weekend wave
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jan 14
in 1797 issued Spanish stamped with the head of George III to address a shortage of coins
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jan 14
Looking forward to this concert on Sun. Admission will be by token available at main entrance desk from 2.30 pm.
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jan 13
Looking for things to fill your diary in 2017? View our latest What's On brochure online:
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Cambridge Museums Jan 13
It's back! Ready for a FREE evening of family adventure and discovery in museums?
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jan 11
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jan 10
Tomorrow's lunchtime talk features Realisation artists Susan Aldworth & Jane Dixon in discussion. More details here
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Cambridge Museums Jan 5
Calling all the heroes! Fancy being a Twilight Hero? Volunteer opportunities now available You know you want to...
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jan 9
Our 19C Japanese spouted pot from Edo period inspired "Tea Cup Travels" tomorrow Tues 10 Jan at 1720
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jan 7
Dollars were copied all over Europe, this is a sword of the Scottish king James VI
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jan 6
Thanks for the lovely feature on Dr John Shakeshaft’s pottery bequest. 100 pieces now on display in the Glaisher Gallery.
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jan 4
Over the last year, we've been asking you what you think makes the Fitz special. Here's what you said...
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jan 3
We're pleased you like them! They were limited edition designs, but message us with your address we'll get one to you.
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Art Fund Dec 31
Happy birthday Henri Matisse! Here is Etretat from early 1900. in 1964 for
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jan 2
Last Chance: see COLOUR today before it closes, as lauded in the Telegraph
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