Join us at Kettle’s Yard to celebrate the opening of our next exhibition Paint Like the Swallow Sings Calypso. Explore the galleries after hours and enjoy a drink with friends.
FREE, booking recommended, pay bar
Join us for the Polar Museum's part of the Native Spirit Film Festival, the UK's first and only annual independent festival promoting Native Filmmakers, Media, Artists, Indigenous languages and narrative sovereignty. To celebrate International Inuit Day, we will be screening four films at the Polar Museum. This event is part of the Power and Memory programme taking part across the University of Cambridge Museums throughout 2022-24.
Can we change our behaviours to lessen the impacts of the fashion industry on both people and the environment?
The fashion industry is having a massive impact on the environment. Making clothes creates 10% of our carbon emissions across the globe. Production uses huge amounts of water, and the chemicals involved pollute rivers and streams.
Join us for a fun, practical evening about sustainable fashion. Learn ways of mending or refashioning clothes, and get top tips on how to be greener in our clothing choices with mini-workshops, drop-in activities and more.
Visit the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology galleries after-hours. View their latest exhibition COLOUR: Art, Science and Power and enjoy activities inspired by the themes of the exhibition.
An incredibly exciting chance to experience the museum after hours and explore Defaced! Money, Power, Conflict, whilst enjoying drop-in creative workshops, live performances, and drinks.
We'll be chatting with experts about how to support wildlife & looking at the wildlife in the Botanic Garden. You will have the opportunity to put your questions live to our experts.
Zoology Live! is running on two nights - on Tuesday 21 June at 7pm, we will be livestreaming from the Museum, and Wednesday 22 June, we will be at the Botanic Garden. Hope you can join us on both nights!
Get your questions ready! You will have the chance to put your questions LIVE to our experts. We'll be talking to experts on butterflies and Australian mammals - plus lots of activities and mini films to watch. This is a FREE online event for the whole family.
It takes place on two nights - Tuesday 21st June at 7pm from the Museum and on Wednesday 22nd June we will be broadcasting live from Cambridge University Botanic Garden.
Please register your interest for this event to receive updates
Visit the Museum of Zoology after hours for animal-themed board games. Grab a drink from the Whale Café, play strategy games, create canine chaos or battle to be the best in our Hungry Hungry Hippos Tournament. The Museum Shop will be open throughout the event, and the Whale Café will be serving alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks and snacks to purchase. With space to play your own games or be guided by experts from Heffers Games of Heffers Bookshop, Cambridge.
£5 per person