Kettles Yard is an interesting gallery which was the residence of Jim Ede, an ex-curator of the Tate Museum and his wife Helen. He collected the works of 20th century art and artefacts which were displayed in the house with number of cottages attached; Kettles Yard was donated to Cambridge University so students can enjoy the house and the artefacts on condition that the house and its artefacts should remain unchanged. It is unique and quaint house, the volunteers are very helpful; the exhibits are very interesting and it is only open in the afternoons.
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