Embedded amongst the exquisite architecture of Cambridge is a thriving ecosystem of independent shops, artistic attractions and historical landmarks that invite guests to explore what the city has to offer beyond its beautiful college core.
The city of Cambridge is home to a long list of wonderful museums to inspire the curious and cultural minds. Wander beyond King’s Parade and you’ll find yourself standing before the grand pantheon that is the Fitzwilliam Museum. The Museum houses an impressive collection of art that spans across both centuries and countries, offering a wonderful exhibition of art’s ever-continuing evolution. If you’re looking for something a bit more contemporary, King’s Parade and the cobblestone side streets that feed into it are dotted with independent galleries, including Primavera, located directly opposite the glorious King's College. A short stroll towards the Magdalene Bridge, and a brief stop at Cambridge staple, Fitzbillies, and you’ll find yourself at the secondary Primavera location on the corner of Magdalene street, right opposite the recently renovated gallery, Kettle’s Yard.
Primavera will be open throughout the Bank Holiday Weekend. Browse our collection both online and in person by visiting www.primaveragallery.co.uk, or finding us at 10 King's Parade, Cambridge.