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CANCELLED Touch Tour: Hands on the Ancient World

When Mar 25, 2020
from 02:00 PM to 04:00 PM
Where Cast Gallery, Museum of Classical Archaeology, Sidgwick Avenue, CB3 9DA
Contact Name
Contact Phone 01223 330402
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**Unfortunately, this event has been cancelled due to the risks associated with the Covid 19 virus. We apologise for any inconvenience caused. Thank you for your patience.**

A touch tour for blind and partially sighted adults. 

Explore the worlds of Ancient Greece and Rome through touch, in this amazing collection of life size plaster sculptures. Then get hands on with some original pottery fragments, and ceramics from the ancient world.

This touch tour supports our current exhibition Lines of Site: The Parthenon Marbles.

More Information
Free of charge but booking essential! Booking is organised through the team at the Fitzwilliam Museum.
To book please email education@fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk or phone 01223 332904

Meet at the entrance to the Classics Faculty building  / Museum of Classical Archaeology, Sidgwick Site.

For more information on museum accessibility, click here.

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