Welcome to the Museum of Classical Archaeology.
Walk among the gods and heroes in one of the largest surviving collections of plaster casts of Greek and Roman statues in the world.
Explore 450 plaster casts of the some of the most iconic sculptures from classical antiquity. Don’t miss:
- The bruised and battered Terme Boxer.
- The brightly-painted Peplos Kore.
- The drama of Laocoon and his Sons.
Research Enquiries and Image Permissions
The University's museums and Garden are within walking distance of each other. If travelling by car, we recommend using Park and Ride services.
If you have special access requirements, please contact the Museum in advance of your visit in order to make your experience as smooth as possible.
A visual story: Museum of Classical Archaeology
This visual guide will help your child know what to expect and ease the anxiety which often accompanies a visit to somewhere new and unfamiliar. Download the Museum of Classical Archaeology Visual Story to help plan your visit.
Step free access to the Museum is via a lift, accessed by a separate door at the other end of the Faculty of Classics building. Please contact the Faculty’s Reception staff at the main entrance. They will call up to the Museum for a Museum staff member to escort you to the lift.
The Museum’s flooring is level and there is access to all areas of the collection. There is seating throughout for visitors’ use. Staff are available to help.
All staircases have continuous hand rails.
The Museum is very well lit. Large print labels are available in each bay.
The Museum is carpeted and generally very quiet.
are very welcome.
There are three disabled parking bays on the Sidgwick Site. Two are behind the Museum in the main car park, allowing easy access to the Museum. To find the third, follow the road through the car park as it turns right and then left.
Changing Places Toilet
The closest Changing Places toilet is located in the Grand Arcade car park. Locate more Changing Places toilets in Cambridge.
Additional Museum of Classical Archaeology Access Information
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