A museum in Cambridge is in the running to be awarded the title of the UK's Museum of the Year and a £100,000 prize.
Those at the Museum of of Archaeology and Anthropology in Cambridge are hopeful they can impress the judges.
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A museum in Cambridge which covers 2,000,000 years of human history is up for a prestigious arts award which could net a prize of £100.000.
Sarah-Jane Harknett of the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology says they hold fantastic exhibits from across the Anglia region and across the world.
A museum in Cambridge is in the running to receive a prize of £100,000 - the largest arts prize in the UK.
The Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, which recently had a major facelift, is one of ten finalists for the prestigious Art Fund Prize Museum of the Year.
The Cambridge museum will have to wait until June to find out if it's been successful.