The Museum of Anthropology & Archaeology

Unique & interesting space in the centre of Cambridge

  • Perfect for Drinks & Canap├ęs Receptions
  • Product Launches
  • Speakers Evenings
  • Conference Break Out Space

The Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology in Cambridge has one of the most important collections of its kind in the UK. Originally founded in 1884, it has been in its present location on Downing Street, Cambridge, since 1913. Major redevelopment in 2012 included the building of a new entrance as well as refurbished ground floor galleries. 

The MMA is not a dusty old museum. It is also about contemporary life all over the world. It holds extremely strong collections from the Pacific including one of the largest collections of objects from the voyages of Captain James Cook. Very interesting for international delegates.

There are 2 galleries available, a large hall area and balconied mezzanine. The space has modern facilities and toilets as well as disabled access. The space is perfect for speakers with good acoustics and a guide of the collection is an option as part of the event.

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