OpenArch at The Fitzwilliam!

For those of you who live in and around Cambridge you will no doubt be familiar with the Fitzwilliam Museum, located on Trumpington Road.

The Fitzwilliam is a museum of international stature, founded in 1816 following the death of Viscount Fitzwilliam of Merrion VII, who bequeathed his works of art and library – along with funds to house them – to the University of Cambridge. In 1848, the current building opened to the public. The collections within the museum have grown by gift, purchase and bequest and the building now houses over half a million incredible exhibits, dating from 2500BC to the present day. Well worth a visit if you are in the City.

On June 27th, OpenArch were incredibly privileged to hold our launch event in one of the beautiful Italian Galleries, a fantastic event which was enjoyed by all who attended. Taking pride of place at the front of the museum were our OpenArch cars, a great visual to showcase our new identity!

Any questions? Drop us a message and one of our team will be happy to help...