We’re part of the national Where’s Wally? The Big Museum Hunt, organised by Kids in Museums and Walker Books, to celebrate the release of the new Where’s Wally? book, Double Trouble at the Museum. Can you find Wally in our collections? Pick up an activity sheet and get a special sticker if you do!
Visit our new Special Exhibition, which brings together much of Robert S. Whipple's founding donation to the University of Cambridge - a collection formed just as people were beginning to consider the significance of the history of science.
Family activities and party games will run from 1.30pm - 4pm in the Learning Gallery.
Can't make this one? We host at least three Open Saturdays a year, usually during the Festival of Ideas, Science Festival, and Open Cambridge. Keep an eye on our website for more upcoming dates.
With a different tour guide each evening introducing you to selected highlights from our amazing collection and showcasing their favourite object.
Please arrive at the Museum by 5pm. Doors close 5.15 and the half hour tour will begin.
Join artist Rosanna Greaves for a talk about her work in ‘The Cambridge Show’.
FREE, come along
Paul Kindersley is one of 22 artists selected for inclusion in The Cambridge Show and is performing in the gallery every Saturday during the exhibition.
Join Kettle’s Yard Curatorial Assistant Rhea Tuli for an introduction to ‘The Cambridge Show’.
FREE, come along
Join us for a screening of a programme of short films by artists Daniel & Clara from their Studio Diary Series (2018–19). Presented by the artists.
We are pleased to be partnering with Cambridge Film Festival and microcinema to bring a programme of artists’ films featuring new and historical, national and international work to Kettle’s Yard.
Join us for a screening of German feminist films from the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s selected and presented by film curator Karola Gramann.