University of Cambridge Museums
Kettle’s Yard is part of the University of Cambridge Museums, a consortium of the eight University museums and the Cambridge University Botanic Garden.
The University’s collections are a world-class resource for researchers, students and members of the public representing the country’s highest concentration of internationally important collections, all within walking distance of the city centre.
The Museum of Cambridge
The Museum of Cambridge is just next door to Kettle’s Yard. We recommend visiting and learning more about the extraordinary stories of ordinary people in Cambridge since 1936.
The Women's Art Collection
Located within Murray Edwards College and just down the road from Kettle’s Yard, is The Women’s Art Collection – a permanent collection of modern and contemporary art by women.
David Parr House
The David Parr House is a preserved terraced house in Cambridge, with interior decoration in the Arts and Crafts style, executed by its owner, David Parr, between 1886 and 1926.
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Plus Tate Network
Kettle’s Yard is part of the Plus Tate Network, a dynamic network of visual arts organisations stretching across the UK that exchange ideas, knowledge, skills and resources and collaborate on joint programmes. We recommend visiting them when you get the chance.