The cafe opens when the museum opens and closes 30 minutes before museum closing time.View Menu online t: 01223 764402 [email protected] Located in the courtyard area and offers a wide range of books, cards, notecard packs, giftwrap and other merchandise inspired by the Fitzwilliam's collections, together with exciting and original gifts for adults and children.
Visitors with restricted mobility or with pushchairs should use the Courtyard Entrance, which provides street level access through automatic double glass doors, and is accessible from the Citi bus stop directly outside the gates to the museum.
The Main Entrance to the Founder's Building of the museum is reached by a flight of 18 stone steps from street level.
From this entrance, visitors have either to climb 24 stairs to reach the upper galleries, or descend 16 stairs to reach the lower galleries.
The centre of Cambridge and the area around the Museum are subject to vehicle restrictions and it is advisable not to travel by car into the centre where possible.
There is no visitor parking; limited Pay and Display and disabled badge-holder parking is available on Trumpington Street.
Nearest car parks: Grand Arcade, off Pembroke Street, or Queen Anne, Gonville Place.
For Park & Ride information check the Park & Ride page of the Cambridgeshire County Council For more parking options see also further information on parking provided by Cambridge City Council Tuesday - Saturday: - Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays: - CLOSED: Mondays, Good Friday, 24-26 & 31 December and 1 January Free Admission to the Museum's collections and to exhibitions.
Visitors' donations help keep the galleries open and are much appreciated.
The length of an average visit is approximately 2 to 3 hours, during which time it is possible to see a wide range of objects in the collection.
Located in the covered courtyard area of the museum near the Courtyard Entrance and serves an all-day menu including morning coffee, afternoon tea, sandwiches and light lunches.
It is a pleasant location to meet friends or take a break whilst visiting the Museum.