‘The Blimp’ is one of the items telling the story of Christ’s College during the First World War.
In the second of a new series of short articles exploring images from around the University, we look at the 15th-century prayer book owned by Lady Margaret Beaufort, mother to Henry VII and foundress of St John’s College.
In the first of a new series of short articles exploring images from around the University, we look at the 12th-century Bury Bible from the Parker Library at Corpus Christi College.
With Cambridge University and the city of Cambridge opening their doors to the public over the second weekend in September, don’t miss the rare chance to see some of the world’s greatest treasures.
More than five thousand members of the public uncovered hidden treasures and found out about some of Cambridge's best-kept secrets to make the University's third annual Open Cambridge weekend the most successful yet.
Sixteen university libraries, home to everything from first draft Jane Austen works to the letters of acid bath murderer John George Haigh will open to the public on September 10 and 11.
Thousands of people enjoyed free talks, tours and a chance to see inside some of Cambridge’s most spectacular buildings this weekend as the University and Colleges welcomed visitors for Open Cambridge and Bridge The Gap. Watch video from Bridge The Gap here.