The Fitzwilliam Museum located at Trumpington St, Cambridge CB2 1RB, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01223 332900

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whitehistorymatters78

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Anti-White Racists

1.0/ 5

Anti-white racism has gripped the museum, as with many others. They’ve begun removing timeless works of art depicting the British countryside as they may invoke feelings of “pride towards a homeland”. As though British people should be ashamed of what their great white ancestors built; a country that the third world envies to the point of violence towards it. What are they replacing these works with? Childishly simplistic Spirograph scribbles from blacks, fictitiously depicting themselves as being part of British history. Rewriting history to erase white people. It’s OK to be white and proud of your country, while being ashamed of the blacks destroying it and places like this museum empowering them. Boycott.

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James R

5 Google Rating

Magnificent place. So much information and things to see packed into this museum. I'd highly recomme

5/ 5

Magnificent place. So much information and things to see packed into this museum. I'd highly recommend visiting if you have a few hours free and want to see some fascinating pieces of history. Id recommend taking your time because there are some small rooms that you may miss, that have some really cool stuff in them. Also, its free, so you really can't be too disappointed!

Sanjay Pappachan

5 Google Rating

Magnificent architectural building with a beautiful collection of history. You can spend hours insid

5/ 5

Magnificent architectural building with a beautiful collection of history. You can spend hours inside marveling at the various collections. I personally loved the painting collections and statues. Many of the paintings are on huge canvases and look life like. It's free to view and there are certain restrictions on carrying backpacks to the viewing galleries but it's a must visit place when visiting Cambridge.

Enrico Vicari

5 Google Rating

Absolutely amazing museum. If you go to Cambridge you have to visit it, there are no excuses. The bu

5/ 5

Absolutely amazing museum. If you go to Cambridge you have to visit it, there are no excuses. The building is gorgeous, the staff is super helpful and friendly, the gallery has some really amazing pieces. We spent more than 2 hours walking around and we could have stayed longer. The cafe is also really good as well as the gift shop. Absolutely 10/10. Must visit.

Lorna

5 Google Rating

Wow! This Museum is exceptional and I have to say that out of all the museums I have visited, this i

5/ 5

Wow! This Museum is exceptional and I have to say that out of all the museums I have visited, this is one of my favourites. Free to enter, the entrance was truly stunning. The museum itself reminds me of the British Museum but it is far less busy and very welcoming. It houses a vast collection of sculptures, objects, paintings, jewellery, textiles, pottery from all over the world and so much more. With so much to see it is difficult to know where to look and the wonderful collections seemed to go on and on. It was a real treat and it still amazes me that it is free. There was a large cafe area and a beautifully presented shop. Outside of the museum there are grounds where you are able to to sit. A truly beautiful place and we absolutely loved it.

Nowhere Man

4 Google Rating

One of Cambridge's best kept secrets - free entry too! If you visit the city for a day or two - and

4/ 5

One of Cambridge's best kept secrets - free entry too! If you visit the city for a day or two - and you can´t go punting because of rain, come here instead. Well worth a visit. Closed on Mondays though.

Yasmine Hardcastle

5 Google Rating

Wonderful museum in the Cambridge city centre. We really enjoyed the Human Touch exhibit and I just

5/ 5

Wonderful museum in the Cambridge city centre. We really enjoyed the Human Touch exhibit and I just love the jewel toned walls of the galleries. It makes the entire experience a little bit extra in the best possible way. This is a place of knowledge and warmth. The collections are well curated and the Main Gallery and rotunda are stunning. I also particularly enjoyed the ceramics collections.

S Punju

5 Google Rating

I would highly recommend visiting this place, whilst in Cambridge. We arrived at 15.45, so sadly ha

5/ 5

I would highly recommend visiting this place, whilst in Cambridge. We arrived at 15.45, so sadly had to rush our visit. Therefore, I would recommend putting a few hours aside for the museum to allow yourself to leisurely look around and be able to read the interesting facts and information about the pieces. The museum also has a lovely gift shop, cafe and bag lockers, which came in handy.

Stuart Williams

5 Google Rating

An impressive art collection including Monet and Picasso. Medieval armour. Beautiful pottery. Stunni

5/ 5

An impressive art collection including Monet and Picasso. Medieval armour. Beautiful pottery. Stunning architecture. All free. You currently need to book ahead to visit which is straightforward on their website. There is also a good cafe and museum shop. It’s a very impressive building and museum/art gallery which is worth travelling to visit.

Mary White

5 Google Rating

I really enjoyed this. Very knowledgeable staff who are really helpful. Paintings etc are displayed

5/ 5

I really enjoyed this. Very knowledgeable staff who are really helpful. Paintings etc are displayed in ways that help comparisons between them, and help even laymen and beginners to understand the works. Cafe very limited. All around museum advertises hot food being sold there. Someone needs to remove them because no hot food is available or prepared. The menu has an interesting choice of sandwiches, but in reality, much of this is either unavailable or only a very limited quantity is available.

ian coates

5 Google Rating

Wow... never got to go upstairs too much to see at the ground floor. Their collection of ceramics, p

5/ 5

Wow... never got to go upstairs too much to see at the ground floor. Their collection of ceramics, pottery and porcelain is superb and so well set out that it is a visual lecture on the development of an art form. Came out with a hell of lot more knowledge and respect for the craftsmanship of my fellow human beings past and present.

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