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Activities for Children on our SPACE Website.

(Supporting Parents And Carers in cambridgE)

Cambridge University Library

e-books for all University members

Treasures of the Fitzwilliam

Highlights from the Fitzwilliam Museums collections       

                      

Museum of Zoology 

On the website:-

  • Wildlife from your Window: Exploring the natural world at home
  • Crafty Creatures: animal-inspired makes and games
  • Puggle Club: Activities for 5 – 11 year olds
  • Open Your Window Bingo

A film showcasing some of the highlights from its collections

Who found this Cézanne in a hedge?  Take the great British art quiz.

A quiz, set by the Fitzwilliam Museum, featured in The Guardian.

Photograph: Andrew Norman/the Fitzwilliam Museum, Image Library

A series of short films made by our Faculty of Classics, telling us all a little bit about iconic works of art in the Museum of Classical Archaeology.

The Museum of Classical Archaeology is pleased to announce the first in a series of short videos on objects in the collection, featuring the Faculty's own Professor Caroline Vout.

Available to watch on BBC iPlayer is “Heavenly Gardens” with Alexander Armstrong which featured not only the delightful sights of the Cambridge Botanic Garden but also the delightful music of the Trinity College choir.

Join the Botanic Garden for a “wellness wander” which opens up a delightful window to enjoy the great outdoors safely and responsibly.

  • Bitesize Botanics - Small windows into what's happening in CUBG
  • Gardening Club - Gardening hints and tips - from our garden to yours.

The “Collecting COVID-19” project aims to capture the experience of the Collegiate University and the city of Cambridge during the pandemic.

Members of the collegiate University and the wider community are being invited to submit digital and physical records of our times – including (but not limited to) videos, photographs, posters, leaflets, audio recordings, creative projects, journals and diaries.