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Open call for your best lockdown photos

Open call for your photos of Cambridge!

Calling all amateur photographers! We're looking for your best photos of our beautiful city and its surrounds. Have you captured an unusual angle of a familiar landmark, an unsually quiet street during lockdown, some hidden nature or a quirky object with a story to tell? Send it to us for a chance to feature on our website and social media during Open Cambridge 2020!

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Frequently asked questions

Interested in attending an event and want to book online? Questions about accessibility or parking? This is where you'll find answers to the questions we get asked the most about Open Cambridge.

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Get involved

If you would like to take part and open your doors, please contact us. We’d also like to hear from you if you would like to see a space open that hasn't been included in the festival before.

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Latest news

Open Cambridge 2020 in the Cambridge Independent

24 June 2020

The Cambridge Independent has featured a preview of Open Cambridge 2020 in its June 24 - June 30 edition, click here to read.

Open Cambridge set to host virtual tours and tales of the city

23 June 2020

The hugely popular Open Cambridge heritage weekend is set to go ahead this year on 11th – 13th September with a series of free online events, from podcasts and films to virtual tours, walks and talks, all offering a unique insight into this fascinating city.

Now in its 13th year, the annual three-day event...

Festival information

Open Cambridge 2020 will take place from 11 - 13 September

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