Where to find the best art galleries in Cambridge
The art galleries in Cambridge are primarily in Cambridge’s Arts Quarter. It’s a lovely area to explore and takes you to some of the most scenic parts of Cambridge, cobbled streets, art galleries, quirky shops, restaurants and points of interest. Here is a round-up of Cambridge’s art galleries.
Primavera’s gallery is home to a wide range of contemporary British collections, including jewellery, textiles, ceramics, sculptures, silverware and glass.
Contemporary gallery Byard Art offers a unique selection of two and three-dimensional work. They only sell originals and varies in medium, scale and price. Bespoke service is available.
Specialising in handmade prints, paintings, sculptures and crafts, Cambridge Contemporary Art on Trinity Stret shows the work of over 100 UK-based artists, with a new exhibition every month. Since 1990.
Specialising in handmade prints, paintings, sculptures and crafts, Cambridge Contemporary Crafts on Bene’t Street shows the work of over 100 UK-based artists, with a new exhibition every month. Since 1990.
For over 25 years, situated opposite King’s College, in the heart of historic Cambridge, The Lawson Gallery has welcomed visitors from all over the world for the art and exhibitions.
Founded in 2006 by two friends who with the idea and ambition to make art photography accessible for all and YellowKorner the leading publisher of art photography. ( on Market Square)
The newest gallery in Cambridge! The Hockney Gallery has a varied range of David Hockney’s artwork for sale, from David Hockney’s Original works on paper and canvas, Limited Edition Prints and Original Posters and Books.
Extraordinary Objects’ founder Carla Nizzola has over a decade’s experience in the art world. It was born out of her life-long passion for collecting art and natural history, antiques and curiosities.
Fen Ditton Gallery is a contemporary art gallery, run by mother and daughter team, Lotte Attwood and Hannah Munby, with advice and programme input from independent curator, Amanda Game.
We can be proud of the vast number of independent shops in Cambridge. You might not spot them straight away as they often can be found in small alleyways, a bit further away from Kings Parade and in the area of Mill Road. Here are our favourite indie shops in Cambridge.
our tip – stay longer
there is so much to do and see, that one day doesn’t feel long enough