Kettle's Yard is an art lover's dream. Originally the private
home of Jim Ede (former curator of the Tate), Kettle's Yard houses
the impressive art collection that Ede donated to the University of
Cambridge in 1966. The gallery's permanent collection is mainly
20th and 21st century artists, including Henry Moore and Joan Miro.
The informal art gallery space is a popular attraction in Cambridge
for tourists and locals alike. Budget at least a couple of hours to
do the collection justice.
Address: Castle St, Cambridge Website: www.kettlesyard.co.uk Email: email@example.com Telephone: (0)1223 748 100 Opening Time: Open Tuesday to Sunday and on bank holiday Mondays,
from 1.30pm to 4.30pm (31 March to 20 September), and from 2pm to
4pm (the rest of the year) Admission: Free admission
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