The Fitzwilliam Museum

Trumpington street, 32, Cambridge, United Kingdom
Fitzwilliam Museum is a museum of art and history at the University of Cambridge in Cambridge (UK).

The museum was formed in 1816 from the legacy of Richard Fitzwilliam, which consisted of a collection of rare books and works of art, which he bequeathed to the university, as well as £ 100,000.

The museum building was built in 1848 by architect Charles Cockerell. Up to 300 thousand people visit the Fitzwilliam Museum annually.

Museum website.