Access & Participation with Cambridge University Libraries
The University Library exhibition space is in the Milstein Room. This can be accessed using either the Library's main entrance or a step-free side entrance. You can find out more about the Milstein Room's accessibility on the Cambridge University Library Access For Public Events page.
Exhibitions in College, Faculty, and Departmental libraries may be held in different locations, including within historic buildings. If you have questions about accessibility to other libraries, please contact the library directly via the Libraries Directory.
Many Cambridge libraries host regular and temporary exhibitions and events on a range of interesting subjects. These often showcase rare treasures from the Special Collections, and provide insight into history, science, literature, and the development of world-changing ideas.
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If you wish to bring a school group to see a library exhibition, or view exhibition materials online, our Contact a Library page gives you details of libraries you can get in touch with, or you can contact the University Library's exhibitions team.
To discuss arranging school visits to view Cambridge library exhibitions, please contact your Schools Liaison Officer in the first instance. All SLOs cover a targeted Link Area in the UK, so each area has a particular SLO to contact.
Look up your Link Area and SLO on the College Area Links website.
Find out about current exhibitions via the University Library What's On website.
Various College Libraries host permanent, regular, and temporary exhibitions.
Find out more about them at the College Libraries Exhibitions site.
Check the listings for upcoming events from Cambridge University Libraries on the All Events page.
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