From the fire station to the mosque, lots of city organisations are opening their doors to the public
From a College brewery to 3D photography, there’s lots to discover behind the scenes in Cambridge libraries in Open Cambridge 2017
The city celebrates its links with India throughout the Open Cambridge weekend.
For three centuries one family made an unacknowledged contribution to the life of Cambridge, first as cooks and inn keepers and later as artists and craftsmen. A series of Open Cambridge events will explore the untold story of the Leach family.
Open Cambridge (13-15 September) is a chance to explore Cambridge’s heritage through a series of interactive events. Many of these events are family friendly and almost all are free. Places are still available for some activities, while others are run on a drop-in basis.
A map dating from 1574 describes Cambridge as a very famous city. A copy of this exquisite document is one of the many thousands of treasures contained in the Cambridgeshire Collection. Chris Jakes, Local Studies Manager for Cambridgeshire Libraries, will give an introduction to a unique archive as part of Open Cambridge (13-15 September).