Cambridge History Festival
Third Annual Cambridge History Festival
9th -25th February 2017
Celebrating City and County Heritage with the Museum of Cambridge.
A diverse, entertaining and informative programme of over thirty events that will appeal to all ages. Our third annual festival, this year supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund and local businesses, is a fantastic opportunity to delve into the past and discover lesser known Cambridge, as well as the city’s connections with the famous and the infamous.
The city and county’s unique heritage and history is brought to life and explored through a wide range of events, delivered by renowned historians, supported by a dedicated team of Museum staff and volunteers.
The venues where the events will take place are: the Museum of Cambridge, Castle Street Methodist Church, Cambridge Museum of Technology, Heffers Bookshop and Corpus Christi College.
The Festival programme is available online here.
Prices vary and all tickets must be booked in advance.
Ticket prices range from £7.00 for talks, from £13.00 for workshops and from £8.50 for tours.
There are free drop-ins for family events at the Museum of Cambridge and the Museum of Technology and a six-week course on ‘Discovering Cambridge’ with Honor Ridout, at £39.
A £35 History Conference ticket gets you entrance to all six talks on Saturday 18th February.
The Historical Dining with Dr Annie Gray at Corpus Christi College is £74.00 a head, or £69.00 a head for a group of four.
Concessions are available for Friends of the Museum of Cambridge, for some events, and family tickets are available for the Death and Disease Tour with See Cambridge Differently, on 16th February.
See programme for further details.
Tickets for all the events are bookable online here or by telephoning the Museum on 01223 355159, or in person at the Museum.
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