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
A new, exciting exhibition is coming to the National Horseracing Museum in Newmarket this summer. The Urban Frame: Mutiny in Colour exhibition will host over 50 works from some of the world’s most renowned contemporary artists including Banksy and Damien Hirst.
Material Power: Palestinian Embroidery explores the historical life and contemporary significance of Palestinian embroidery.
House Guests: Textile Artists in David Parr House Emily Campbell | Fiona Curran | Shelley Goldsmith | Tanvi Kant | Rachael Matthews | Richard McVetis | Beatrice Mayfield | Anya Paintsil Join us for House Guests: Textile Artists in David Parr House, the first in a series of creative interventions that invite contemporary artists, designers and makers to respond to David Parr House.
Make a show stopping Autumn Wreath for your front door!
Join us at for a special talk in the Kettle’s Yard house with Rachel Dedman, curator of our exhibition Material Power: Palestinian Embroidery.
Create a stunning and impressive Autumnal display
Join Cambridge Visual Culture and Kettle’s Yard for a screening of the documentary film Stitching Palestine.
Join us in the galleries for an informal exhibition tour of Material Power: Palestinian Embroidery.
A fun morning creating a floral display inside a pumpkin for Halloween!
Learn how to use oil paints to paint a still life in a friendly group. Beginners or more advanced painters are welcome. All you need is a willingness to learn a new approach!
Author, poet and broadcaster Lemn Sissay returns to Cambridge!
Do you want to learn the craft of Calligraphy to add sparkle to your Christmas cards and gift tags this year? Then join us in our ballroom, for our Beginner's Christmas brush lettering workshop with Calligraphy by Kiki.
Join us for Cambridge University Botanic Garden’s first ever winter lights trail – Cambridge Botanic Lights!
Cambridge Folk Festival is one of the longest running folk festivals in the world, having launched in 1965. It takes place each summer at Cherry Hinton Hall park, and features an eclectic line-up of traditional and modern folk, as well blues, country and roots acts.