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University of Cambridge Libraries Directory
Includes information on all university, department, faculty, and college libraries.
Forty acres (16 hectares) close to the city centre containing a large collection of plants of international importance.
Cambridge Museums and Collections
Includes opening times, web links, and contact details for various institutions in the university.
Cambridge University Library
Includes details of the facilities, online catalogues, contact information, and a list of job vacancies.
The Fitzwilliam Museum
Outstanding collections of antiquities, fine and decorative arts, European paintings from the Middle Ages to the present, drawings, prints, sculpture, furniture, fans, coins and medals. Shop and Cafe. Open (except Mondays) all year. Free Admission.
20th century art, furniture, ceramics, glass and natural objects. Exhibitions of contemporary and modern art. Concerts. Education programme for all ages. Bookshop.
Houses the University Library's working collections in the physical sciences, technology and mathematics. Details of opening hours, book and journal holdings, and reader services.
Museum of Archeaology and Anthropology
World prehistory and local archaeology; Social anthropology artifacts; Special exhibitions.
Museum of Classical Archaeology
Has casts of classical sculpture, pottery and shard collections, replicas of coins, miniature bronzes and ivories, and Minoan and Mycenean reproductions. Includes opening hours, description and history of the museum, what's on guide, cast collection search, and information for researchers and teachers.
Museum of Zoology
Houses a large collection of scientifically important zoological material. Information about the museum, its history, and opening times.
New Hall - Women's Art Collection
20th century women's art.
Scott Polar Research Institute Museum
The Museum holds a collection of artifacts, paintings, drawings, photographs (including cinematographic film, lantern slides, and Daguerreotypes).
Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences
Rock and fossil collections of historic importance. Provides details of research, visitor activities and resources.
Squire Law Library
Holds a collection of legal works. Information about the library, its collections, and reader services.
Whipple Museum of the History of Science
Science and its applications from physics to phrenology and from magnetism to microscopy. Scientific instruments, models, prints, books, and related objects.
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