From making your own gin with one of the world’s most innovative distilleries, to trying the best of the Cambridge food scene – here are some uniquely Cambridge experiences to seek out during your stayFind out more
Discover a constellation of European artists seeking spirituality in their lives and art in response to war, revolution and political turbulence.
Join eco-artist Kelly Briggs on Saturday 9th March, 10 am -3.30 pm and learn how to make your own ink and begin creating a natural ink recipe book so that you can continue making at home.
Presenting ‘Revival’ an exhibition of eight artists at Cambridge’s All Saints Church, Jesus Lane. Revival draws inspiration from the spirit, aesthetic and craftsmanship of All Saint's, affectionately known as Cambridge’s 'Painted Church'.
Embark on the enchanting Student Poetry Trail at the Botanic Garden. Discover the hidden voices of plants through poetry!
Enjoy exploring a selection of winning garden photos at Cambridge University Botanic Garden.
Enjoy an egg-citing Easter Trail at Cambridge University Botanic Garden.
In this day workshop, you will learn the basics of lino printing and the skills to get you started so you can print at home with simple tools and materials.
Join artist Tanvi Kant for a vibrant textiles workshop to rework a variety of fabric remnants. You will learn how to make intricate fabric cords and transform them into tactile jewellery.
Explore pattern in this one-day textile printing workshop with artist, Kate Owens. This workshop is perfect for both complete beginners and anyone who’d like to develop their print practice.
The imposing lamppost in the centre of Parker’s Piece bears the words Reality Checkpoint – believed to be a reference to the end of the university ‘bubble’ and the beginning of the real world, aka the rest of the city.