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Faculty of Classics

 

A look at the fascinating stories of non-normative gender and sexual identities through a range of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer-related objects.

Join our volunteer guides to discover their personal selection of stories, which include:

The love story of Hadrian and Antinous
The story of why we do not have a statue of a hermaphrodite in our collection
The asexuality of the goddess Artemis
and many more...

Tours are running at other University of Cambridge Museums.

 

Important information

Tours will start promptly.

Please aim to arrive at the meeting point which will be printed on your ticket, and listed in your booking confirmation email 5-10 mins before the advertised start time.

Pilot tours will last approximately 45 mins and led by a volunteer guide.

Please note that tours will involve walking around the Museum for the duration.

Meeting points for tours will be provided upon booking.

Please note tours are aimed at adults.

 

Access information

The Museum and the tours are wheelchair accessible. Volunteer guides are happy to adjust the tours to meet the needs of the group on the day.

Find out more about access at the Museum of Classical Archaeology

 

Booking: Essential

Booking is easy, but tours are intimate and numbers are limited. Please visit Cambridge Live to book your tickets, or call 01223 357851.

 

Find LGBTQ+ Tours at other University of Cambridge Museums

It's not just us! Our amazing team of volunteers are also running tours at the Polar Museum, the Fitzwilliam Museum and the Museum of Zoology

 

Still want more?

Check out our Queer Antiquities trail.

Date: 
Saturday, 23 November, 2019 - 11:00 to 11:45
Contact phone: 
01223 330402
Subject: 
Event location: 
Cast Gallery, Museum of Classical Archaeology, Sidgwick Avenue, CB3 9DA

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