This week we have a trips to the Sedgwick Museum and Castle Hill.
The Sedwick Museum in Cambridge is one of the best geological museums in the country. Exhibitions of fossil records take visitors on a trip through time from the earliest life on earth, to the origins of modern life. The fossils are arranged by age. You can simply walk from one display cabinet to the next following the ages through.
The Normans built a castle on Castle Hill in 1068. It was particularly important to fortify Cambridge, since Hereward the Wake was defying Norman rule in Ely. All that is left of the castle is Castle Mound and a few stones in the grounds of Shire Hall, off Castle Hill.
Segdwick Museum – Tuesday 14:30/Wednesday 10:30
Castle Hill – Tuesday 10:30/Wednesday 14:30
Have a great week