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Come to Kettle's Yard to enjoy art in an inspiring setting. Experience changing exhibitions in our new galleries and explore a wonderful collection of art in a historic house. And it is all free. The new Kettle's Yard opened in February 2018 with...more
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The gallery is really interesting, excellent literature and interesting pieces. The house is interesting, and certainly a place to stop by if you're in the area. The guides are very knowledgeable. And all for free!
What fantastic cottage. Unique Art, details from nature, the history of the house and the rustic furniture creates a unique, authentic and inspiring interior. For me personally it would have been a disaster to miss this unique experience. On top of all this entrance is...More
Jim Ede's house and gallery are exactly as he left it - a combination of a domestic dwelling and art gallery. Entrance is free but by timed ticket. There is an art library where you can look at any of the books whilst on site,...More
Beautifull place, the residence of Jim Ede, writer, curator and friend and supporter of artists. The interior is marvelous!! . It combines art history, social history, and interior design. We booked the tour online and luckily when we came here, it was not crowded so...More
Really enjoyed our first visit. Booked the house tour online. Loved the house with such interesting rooms and art. The gallery exhibition was also good. Cafe good too. Went the Punters pub round the corner that has lots of art and good food. Do visit!
Visiting the house is popular and crowded. The guided tours tend to throughput the visitors promptly, but need to in busy holiday periods. So go in off peak times. It’s interesting with eclectic works of art and artefacts. Recommended.
Definitely the best thing to do in Cambridge: Imagine you were allowed to wander around the house of a curator of the tate who befriended many important members of the mid century art scene who gave him loads of art and he has left untouched...Well...More
This is a unique experience. Kettle’s Yard offers you the opportunity to experience art in situ - to walk through the space, sit on the furniture, and experience everything as it was meant to be experienced- in its place in a home. Some things you...More