The Archeology and Anthropology Museum of Cambridge University has collected a lot of things from different countries. The entire museum history has collected interesting gadgets. Many historical relics are very special and quite simple.
The Archeology Department of Cambridge University is a very famous subject. The museum is an official institution of Cambridge University. It has a large collection of ancient humans and artworks from all over the world. The museum does not need to buy tickets, and you can visit for free. Many foreign calendars originated.
The Archaeology and Anthropology Museum of Cambridge University is located in the city center. It is close to some landmarks such as King's College. It is also on the only way to the business district. Although the facade does not look very large, the exhibits inside are quite rich.
The entire museum is actually located in an area that looks like a factory effect. There are many museums of all kinds.
The main building of the Archaeological Museum is open for free. There are various exhibits on the ground and underground. The showcases here are relatively small, and many things are displayed with magnifying glasses
The back courtyard is pretty pretty
The Archaeology and Anthropology Museum of Cambridge University has many cultural relics from all over the world, which are free to visit. We have seen archeology, anthropology, photography, modern and contemporary art collections here. There are three-story exhibits, and some tall totem poles pass through the two floors, showing the great changes and diversity of customs and cultures around the world.
The University of Cambridge Archaeology and Anthropology Museum is on Downing Street in Cambridge. It is a museum worth visiting. There are collections of cultural relics discovered by archaeology from all over the world, which have made a strong proof of the origin and development of mankind. I really admire this museum with such a rich collection. This should be one of the reasons why Cambridge University is the best university in the world. The museum is free to visit.
This is a lovely informal small museum with an eclectic collection from around locally and around the world. This is a great place to spend an hour. Its free, but you do have to pre-book. I loved t...
Such a variety – you cannot fail to be interested by something. Not too large & free. Do visit. Its well set out with good explanations
Our children really found this museum of interest. They particularly found the masks very special. This is a small museum on three floors with some exhibits spanning two levels and up to the roof void...
there is so many things you can see there! And staff is very friendly helping you with your visit! Will be back there for sure..
Dear All This is a lovely museum and worth a visit for an hour. its free and open on sunday when other museums are closed. Friendly staff and on the ground floor a very interesting exhibition on a ...