CASTLE HILL OPEN DAY
Museum of Cambridge
The Churches Conservation Trust
St Giles’ Church
St Peter’s Church
Castle Street Methodist Church
Cambridge County Council Archeology Service and Records Office
Come and explore
the history, heritage and art
of Castle Hill, with free events for all ages
Save the date: Saturday 18 October 12-5pm
After last year's success, Castle Hill Open Day returns for it's third year. It's a day filled with family friendly activities, talks, tours, games and music. This year we are moving the date to coincide with Curating Cambridge. Even more historic and cultural venues in the Castle Hill area will be opening their doors for free, joining forces to showcase the oldest area of Cambridge and its wealth of cultural offerings.
Refreshments will be available at St Giles', the Museum of Cambridge vintage style tearoom and we're delighted that joining us this year is popular local purveyor of quality fast food 'Steak & Honour'.
Events will run throughout the day both timed and drop in - tours will be bookable on the day.
Artists leading drop in family activities
Visit the former nuclear bunker
Opening music from Arbury Primary School Choir in the house at Kettle's Yard & closing music by ReSound, Cambridge a cappela choir.
Meet the artists, archivists and archaeologists
Launch of Katherine Green with North Cambridge Girls Group exhibition, find out more.
Family marquee at St Giles'
Centenary exhibition at the Methodist Church
Tours and talks by:
Allan Brigham, famous local historian, Blue Badge Guide and former road sweeper
Honor Ridout, Blue Badge Guide
CAMRA tour of pubs, including pub in the Museum of Cambridge
See highlights from the 2013 Castle Hill Open Day here.