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Faculty of Classics


A series of special tours for visitors who are blind and visually impaired.


**Now Fully Booked**

Join Jacqui Strawbridge, Access & Outreach Officer at the University of Cambridge Museums, and other museum staff for a series of specially-curated tours for blind and visually impaired visitors. 

Tours will be take place at the Museum of Classical Archaeology and Kettle's Yard with 6 places available per tour, plus a space for one companion each if you would like someone to come along with you. Please indicate both your name and your companion's name when booking.


Booking tickets

Ticket bookings are being managed by the University of Cambridge Museums. For bookings and queries please email us at, or telephone Vanessa Dolphin (Programmes & Communications Assistant) on 01223 761067. You can also leave a message on this number.  



The Museum is on the first floor of the Classics Faculty. Unforutnately, our lift is currently out of order and we are unable to provide step-free access. The Museum is a bright space with few obstructions. For more details on access, please consult the accessibility page on our website. Please do not hesitate to get in touch with us directly with any queries on or 01223 330402.


Guide Dogs & Assistance Dogs

We are pleased to welcome guide dogs and assistance dogs. Please let us know in advance if you plan to bring one.  



Who: blind and visually impaired visitors and their companions

£££: free

Booking: essential

Thursday, 18 January, 2024 - 10:30 to 12:30
Contact name: 
William Jefferies
Contact phone: 
01223 767044
Event location: 
Museum of Classical Archaeology, Cast Gallery

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