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Fitzwilliam Museum
The fine art and antiquities museum of the University of Cambridge.
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Fitzwilliam Museum 16h
We're sorry but have no more timed tickets to see the Book of the Dead of Ramose today. We'll try to put it on display again in the future.
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Arts Council England Jul 19
Find out how arts & culture can make us feel better in the new inquiry report launched today
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jul 21
Tomorrow there will be a special display of the Book of the Dead of Ramose in Gallery 13 - we hope to see you there:
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Cambridge Museums Jul 20
At 4pm we'll be live on Facebook with experts to talk about the Egyptian Book of the Dead of Ramose & answer your questions.
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Cambridge Museums Jul 19
Tomorrow, live on FB, we'll be talking to experts about the Book of the Dead of Ramose. Tune in, 4pm:
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jul 19
Edgar was born in 1834. See international loans & works from our collection in our major exhibition opening 3 October.
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jul 18
Feeling flattered they halved our age, but it's 200! The iconic Cambridgeshire institutions we should cherish
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Myriah Williams Jul 17
Medievalists with a science background: 1yr RA post working on the MINIARE project
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jul 17
From June 1891 to early 1892 Monet painted Poplar trees on bank of River Epte 23 times, most from boat-studio, but 2 (as here) from marsh.
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Kettle's Yard Jul 16
On Wednesday, hear David Wilkinson, author of The Alfred Wallis Factor, speak
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jul 15
Roads around the Museum will be closed for tomorrow's Race for Life, but we're open as usual. Check affected roads:
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AandA Foundation Jul 15
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jul 14
Our lovely Rococo scent flask (c.1752-1755), is currently on display exhibition. See it there until 12 November:
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Cambridge Museums Jul 13
Happy faces 😀 St Luke's students see work on display & receive from
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jul 12
Replying to @bruceporksteen1
If you would like to see our illuminated manuscripts online, we recommend this online resource:
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jul 12
Need to travel to for research into our illuminated manuscripts? Apply by 31/7 to James H Marrow Fund
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Liz Hide Jul 11
Comment from year 5 visitor to taking part in
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Liz Hide Jul 11
Loving these tiles made by Year 5s inspired by & , part of the project
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Fitzwilliam Museum Jul 11
Photo of the scaffolding & canopy at Main Entrance - now re-open to the public while our restoration project begins:
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Museum Crush Jul 10
A 10 year old girl crafted this charming sampler in 1795. Read the stories behind this & others
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