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Museum of Zoology

The diversity of animal life is on display in the University Museum of Zoology’s brand new galleries. From moths to monkeys, mammoths to manatees, discover stories of extinction, survival, evolution and exploration. 

Collection Highlights

- Cambridge’s largest resident – the 21m fin whale
- The giant ground sloth
- One of the most complete Dodo skeletons in the UK
- Captain Cook’s conch

Cambridge University Botanic Garden 

Discover plants from all over the world in 40 acres of beautiful gardens and glasshouses. The Garden is a treasure trove of over 8,000 plant species, including nine National Collections and a wonderful arboretum. 

Admission charges apply

Adult: £6.00
Concession: £5.50
(Includes an optional donation of 10% of the standard admission price)
Concession: over 65's and students with a recognised identification card
Children 0-16 inclusive: FREE
must be accompanied by an adult at all times
Friend of CUBG: FREE

Kettle's Yard

Kettle’s Yard is the University of Cambridge’s modern and contemporary art gallery. Set in a beautiful house, Kettle’s Yard has been newly refurbished to better host its remarkable collection of modern art and contemporary art exhibitions.

Collection Highlights

- Alfred Wallis, Five Ships – Mount’s Bay, 1928 (circa)    
- Henri Gaudier-Brzeska, Bird Swallowing a Fish, 1914
- Winifred Nicholson, Cyclamen and Primula, 1923 (circa)
- Christopher Wood, Self-Portrait, 1927
- Ben Nicholson, 1962 (Argos)

The Fitzwilliam Museum

Housing over half a million objects, the Fitzwilliam has an amazing variety of beautiful artefacts and art from around the world. See everything from Egyptian coffins to Impressionist masterpieces; illuminated manuscripts to Renaissance sculpture; rare coins to Asian arts.

Its internationally-renowned collections are complemented by major exhibitions, events, music and workshops year round, as well as unique gifts in the museum shop and delicious refreshments in the café.

Collection Highlights

- Claude Monet, Les Peupliers, 1891 (Gallery 5)