For further information including questions on access contact Ruchika Gurung, University of Cambridge Museums Communities Coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org
Discover complex, intriguing and challenging stories about power within our collections.
Join us for The Power Walk series - an opportunity to share and exchange stories and ideas linked to the University of Cambridge Museum's investigation of the legacies of empire and enslavement, power and memory with our communities and audiences.
In this Power Walk we'll be exploring Kettle's Yard and the Museum of Cambridge. We will be making space during the walks to hear comments and questions from participants, and will be providing tea and coffee at the end.
- The walks will last approximately 2.5 hours and may involve standing for long periods of time and stairs.
- To help plan your visit, access information for Kettles Yard and Museum of Cambridge is available: Kettles Yard: https://www.kettlesyard.co.uk/access/. Museum of Cambridge: https://rb.gy/hislce
- The walks are aimed at adult audiences. However, children and teenagers are welcome to join with parents.