University of Cambridge (non colleges)
United Kingdom (Cambridge)
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Two art museums: Fitzwilliam (Old Masters & Antiquity, founded in 1816), Kettle's Yard (Modern & Contemporary, 1966).

16 old colleges: Peterhouse (1284), Clare (1326), Pembroke (1347), Gonville and Caius (1348), Trinity Hall (1350), Corpus Christi (1352), Magdalene (1428), King's (1441), Queens' (1448), St Catharine's (1473), Jesus (1496), Christ's (1505), St John's (1511), Trinity (1546), Emmanuel (1584), Sidney Sussex (1596).

15 new colleges: Downing (1800), Fitzwilliam (1869), Girton (Women's college, 1869), Newnham (Women's college, 1871), Selwyn (1882), Hugues Hall (1885), Homerton (1895), St Edmund's (1896), Churchill (1960), Darwin (1954), Murray Edwards (Women's college, 1954), Lucy Cavendish (Women's college, 1965), Clare Hall (1965), Wolfson (1965), Robinson (1977).

Two research institutes and laboratories: Cavendish Laboratory (1874), Scott Polar Research Institute (1920).

University of Cambridge
The Old Schools, Trinity Lane, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB2 1TN, UK
Top artists in the collection:

Ruskin SpearEnglish, 1911-19903 artworks
George Paul Chambers, Sr.English, 1803-18402 artworks
Philip Alexius de LászlóHungarian, 1869-19372 artworks
Giovanni Paolo PaniniItalian, 1691-1765 (Veduta)1 artworks
John HoppnerEnglish, 1758-18101 artworks
George Arnald1763-18411 artworks
Thomas HudsonEnglish, 1701-17791 artworks

The Athenaeum has no exhibitions on record for this museum. Exhibition records can be added for this museum here.