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Fitzwilliam Museum
We're the art museum of Cambridge University, with over half a million objects & artworks.
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Fitzwilliam Museum 17h
Thank you . This Samuel Palmer on show now in Gall 2 as well as his Magic Apple Tree in Watercolour show
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Fitzwilliam Museum 20h
Learn history of art with , from Ancient Greece onwards! Apply by Sept 7
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Cambridge Museums Aug 31
Good weather for visiting a museum: and are open today! check times:
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Fitzwilliam Museum Aug 31
Also, catch displays of goods today inspired by Treasured Possessions Cambridge until Wednesday
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Fitzwilliam Museum Aug 31
It is a bank holiday & we are open 12 - 5. Today you can see Treasured Possessions or our watercolour exhibitions
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Anna McNay Aug 30
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Fitzwilliam Museum Aug 30
A wedgewood plate service at John Lewis inspired by a New Hall Porcelain Factory service c.1785
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e-Luminate Cambridge Aug 29
Did you see during the 2015 Festival? Share your best pic with us at:
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Fitzwilliam Museum Aug 29
It is the last week to see Treasured Possessions, John Lewis have created displays to mark it
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artword Aug 28
Mega tulip vase in the Dutch room complementing the fabulous art collection.
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Christina Farley Aug 28
Fab students on this week's History of Art summer school ! Hope they loved
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Fitzwilliam Museum Aug 28
Looking forward to welcoming August bank holiday weekend visitors. We are open 10-5 on Sat, & 12-5 on Sun & Mon
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Lewis Wiltshire Aug 27
Took my kids to today. Recommended. My youngest had a cool kids' pack, I loved Turner and watercolours exhibits. Great fun.
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Kettle's Yard Aug 26
Beauty and Balance is in the pick of the week’s new exhibitions
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Fitzwilliam Museum Aug 26
William Nicholson described Queen Victoria as 'an animated tea-cosy' in his print published in 1899.
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Fitzwilliam Museum Aug 26
The inspired by displays are in John Lewis Cambridge until Wednesday 2 September
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Fitzwilliam Museum Aug 26
And here is the original plate from the service service of Isabella D'Este made in 1524-5
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Fitzwilliam Museum Aug 26
Shop like its 1524! See displays inspired by Treasured Possessions in John Lewis Cambridge
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Anna McNay Aug 25
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Fitzwilliam Museum Aug 25
How we used to shop in London - people selling their wares in 1794. See it in Treasured Possessions on until 6 Sep
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