This February, the University of Cambridge Museums celebrate the 10th Anniversary of Twilight at the Museums. Discover Cambridge museums across various locations for FREE after-dark. Doors will open from 16:30 to 20:30 on the 17th of February (Wednesday). Choose from the venues below (or even attend all):
1. Whipple Museum of the History of Science at Free School Lane
2. Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology at Downing Street
3. Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences at Downing Street
4. The Polar Museum with Museum of Zoology at Lensfield Road
5. Cambridge University Botanic Garden at Brookside
6. Fitzwilliam Museum with Kettle’s Yard at Trumpington Street
7. Museum of Classical Archaelogy at Sidwick Avenue
8. Museum of Cambridge at Castle Street
9. Cambridge Science Centre at Jesus Lane
10. Cambridge Museum of Technology at Cheddars Lane
11. Farmland Museum & Denny Abbey at Ely Road, Waterbeach
12. Cambridge Guides at Downing Street
Whilst there are many things to see and do, do not forget to keep yourself warmly wrapped up as it can get quite cold. Also, pack a torch, just in case as the museums will be dark. Last but not least, get a Twilight Passport from here http://www.cam.ac.uk/system/files/ucm-twilight-2015-leaflet-v12-email_1.pdf to collect stamps from each museum. Numerous illuminated adventures await!
More information here: http://www.cam.ac.uk/museums-and-collections/events/twilight-at-the-museums
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