Whipple Museum located at Free School Ln, Cambridge CB2 3RE, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01223 330906

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Kosala Perera

4 Google Rating

This museum opens at 12.30pm. Takes about 1hr 20mins to view the exhibitions.

4/ 5

This museum opens at 12.30pm. Takes about 1hr 20mins to view the exhibitions.

Katie Bacon

5 Google Rating

5/ 5

Janhenk Wiggelinkhuizen

5 Google Rating

5/ 5

Keren Limor

5 Google Rating

The Whipple museum of th History of science is one of Cambridge's hidden jewels. It has a magnificen

5/ 5

The Whipple museum of th History of science is one of Cambridge's hidden jewels. It has a magnificent collection of antique scientific instruments to enjoy - but more importantly for young children, it has a great selection of activity bags and boxes on various subjects. You can spend a great afternoon of explorations!

Marc M

3 Google Rating

It's a small museum, interesting, but not first on your list

3/ 5

It's a small museum, interesting, but not first on your list

Suf Amichay

4 Google Rating

A small but charming museum with artifacts from the history of scientific technology.

4/ 5

A small but charming museum with artifacts from the history of scientific technology.

Nick Busby

4 Google Rating

Compact yet eclectic collection of scientific instruments. There are some very nice pieces but the e

4/ 5

Compact yet eclectic collection of scientific instruments. There are some very nice pieces but the explanations can be a bit sparse. High points for me was the collection of astrolabes and the globe collection. Although a good collection I felt it could be better curated as it does not always seem to have a discernable logic to the layout. However I enjoyed my visit a lot as I am a fan of such things.

Peng-Fan Chen

4 Google Rating

For a campus museum, the collections are above or on par. While in terms of creating dialogues betwe

4/ 5

For a campus museum, the collections are above or on par. While in terms of creating dialogues between audiences and collections, I would say the museum is subpar.

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  • Sunday12:30 PM - 04:30 PM
  • Monday12:30 PM - 04:30 PM
  • Tuesday12:30 PM - 04:30 PM
  • Wednesday12:30 PM - 04:30 PM
  • Thursday12:30 PM - 04:30 PM
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