Opening Hours

Café, galleries and shop: Tuesday – Sunday 11am – 5pm

House: Tuesday – Sunday 12  – 5pm

Free, timed entry tickets to the House are available at the information desk on arrival or online here.

Last entry to the House is at 4.30pm

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Dr. Carol Atack (University of Oxford) will be responding to the 'Artist: Unknown' exhibition on 5 September at 1.15pm. Come along to this free talk to find out more about objects such as this! https://www.kettlesyard.co.uk/events/perspectives-artist-unknown-2/ -- This may look like a normal portrait, but what makes it so interesting, is that it was originally thought to be by the 19th-century artist, Edgar Degas. Now, it is simply attributed to 'French School' as there is no concrete evidence to link the painting to Degas. Who do you think painted it? Discover more mysteries in our current exhibition, #ArtistUnknownUCM. On display until 22 September.

Alfred Wallis was born #OTD in 1855. Did you know that Alfred Wallis was a fisherman? 🚣🎣 He turned to painting after his wife died as a way to fend off loneliness. Now, many of his paintings live in the House at Kettle's Yard. Some of them are hung low down, perfect for children's eyes as they wander past! #AlfredWallis #KettlesYard #WallofWallis

Where better to sit on a rainy day than here, surrounded by our beautiful plants? We love this image of the House captured by @harrietcoker 😍🌱 tag us in your photographs over the weekend with #KettlesYard. We love seeing your favourite parts of the House. 💖 — Kettle’s Yard is open this weekend, 11am-5pm.

We’re excited to announce that the exhibition catalogue for ‘Jennifer Lee: the potter’s space’ has arrived! It is beautifully illustrated with full page photographs of Jennifer Lee’s work and her studio, as well as installation shots of our current exhibition. The book contains commissioned texts by exhibition curator, Sarah Griffin, design historian, Tanya Harrod and an introduction by Director of Kettle’s Yard, @andrewnairne. The catalogue has been specially designed by @jaketilson. Available to buy in our shop or online for £14.95: https://shop.kettlesyard.co.uk/collections/jennifer-lee-the-potters-space/products/jennifer-lee-the-potters-space-publication — #JenniferLeePotter #KettlesYard

Want to learn more about 'Jennifer Lee: the potter's space'? Join Assistant Curator Grace Storey on Saturday 17 at 1pm, repeated at 3pm, as she discusses the work of Jennifer Lee, and our current exhibition, which is her first solo presentation of work in a UK public gallery since 1994. Find out more on our website: https://www.kettlesyard.co.uk/events/exhibition-talk-lee/ -- Image: Jennifer Lee: the potter's space, Kettle's Yard, University of Cambridge 2019. Photo: Jo Underhill -- #JenniferLeePotter #KettlesYard

🎶 We are delighted to announce that our 2019/2020 Chamber Music Concert Series is now live! 🎶 Book a subscription ticket for the whole season online now for savings of £110. Look out for these beautiful purple leaflets at the front desk for more information of the upcoming concerts! Find out more on our website: www.kettlesyard.co.uk/music