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On 1 August our Founder, Richard, VII Viscount Fitzwilliam would have been celebrating his 271st birthday.
Over thirty rarely seen early Dutch and Flemish landscape drawings from the Bruce Ingram Bequest are on display.
Working with Acoustiguide, a leading name in digital interpretation, the Museum has designed eGuide to help enhance visitors’ experience of selected exhibits.
The Chesterton hoard of gold and silver medieval coins was discovered by archaeologists at Chesterton Lane Corner, Cambridge, in October 2000.
This enormous four-piece bronze sculpture has been kindly lent by the Henry Moore Foundation in Hertfordshire.
May's Object of the Month - Dionysos of Salamis can be seen in the Cypriot Gallery (No.22).
A second selection of work from the House at Kettle's Yard has come to the Fitzwilliam...
April's Object of the Month - The Book of the Dead of Ramose can be seen in the current exhibition, Death on the Nile.
This Easter enjoy the Fitzwilliam Museum’s major exhibition Death on the Nile: Uncovering the afterlife of ancient Egypt .
March's Object of the Month - Blue Twisted Form by contemporary artist Merete Rasmussen. In this video we go through the design and thought process behind the work from concept to the finished article.
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