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Twilight at the Museums

Torchlit adventure for the whole family
When Feb 13, 2018
from 04:30 PM to 07:30 PM
Where Cast Gallery, Museum of Classical Archaeology
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Contact Phone 01223 330402
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Statues in the Shadows

WANTED: intrepid explorers to look round the Museum after dark. The statues will be spectacularly lit in all colours of the rainbow... but you'll still need your torch for the shady corners!

For children of all ages. Free. Drop in.

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Twilight at the Museums is a FREE after-hours event for families where museums and collections across the city open their doors for a variety of torch-lit and illuminated adventures. Find out more about the other locations at the University of Cambridge Museums website.

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