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Museum
“Free museum with great exhibits. This building was purpose built as a museum.”
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Science Museum
“A gem of a museum containing curiosities and artefacts from numerous tribal cultures as well as local archaeological finds.”
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Museum
“This a new addition to Cambridge and is fantastic, great for children too even toddlers as most things are toddler height in glass cabinets. ”
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Museum
“The Whipple Museum holds an internationally important collection of scientific instruments and models, dating from the Middle Ages to the present. [ Note that the museum is likely to be closed July-Sept 2018 for building maintenance work. ]”
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Science Museum
“The oldest of the University of Cambridge museums - established in 1728. Since then the collection has grown from about 10,000 fossils, minerals and rocks, to at least 2 million. Free entry.”
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Museum
“A fascinating local museum telling the story of Cambridge and the Fens. Lots of artefacts and displays all housed in an old Inn that has a ton of history. I love this place.”
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Library
“Discover the story of planet Earth's coldest, driest, windiest, highest and deadliest places. ”
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Museum
“If you want to get really local, this is pretty much it. This is where Cambridge used to get its sewage treated. Steam-powered energy for Cambridge also started here. Although the machinery isn't used anymore for these purposes, they are still functional. This place is open only on Sundays from March to October.”
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Library
“A centre for research into the polar regions and glaciology worldwide. Research covers both the natural and social sciences and is often interdisciplinary. It houses the World's premier Polar Library, extensive archival, photographic and object collections of international importance on the history of polar exploration, and a Polar Museum with displays of both the history and contemporary significance of the Arctic and Antarctic and their surrounding seas.”
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Library
“A tower to truly behold and wonder - with a reflective piece of modern brass sculpture by Harry Evans outside - books ready for the reading, as this is a copy library, one of three in the UK. 5 mins.”
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Library
“The library of Trinity College is a working College library but is open to the public most days between 12.00 - 14.00 hours (Monday to Friday) and on Saturday (10.00 - 12.00 hours in term time). The building itself is a wonder but also displayed are Isaac Newton's own copy of The Principia Mathematica, the statue of the romantic poet Lord Byron who was at Trinity in 1803 and the first copies of Winnie the Pooh. Entry is free and restricted to 15 persons at a time so you may have to que during the busy summer season. ”
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Museum
“A museum not many guidebooks on Cambridge would care to mention. It is in fact as entertaining inside as it is unsightly from the outside! You'll find yourself glued to the giant tetris or looking for a computer made in the same year you were born. Lifehack: take a snack with you as the cafe there is very basic. ”
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Museum
“Every cast tells two stories. One ancient. One modern. The Museum of Classical Archaeology houses one of the largest plaster cast collections in the world. Visit the light and airy gallery to explore a world of Greek and Roman sculpture.”
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History Museum
“The fitzwilliam museum is a magnificent building on Trumpington street. Well worth a visit. It houses a fantastic collection of ancient artefacts, including knights armour and swords. ”
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