Things to do in Cambridgeshire
Owing to its dramatic landscapes, there are countless things to do in Cambridgeshire for visitors of all ages and abilities during their stay here. If you really want to get into the spirit of the county, a punting tour along the River Cam is not only lots of fun for children and adults alike, it is also a fantastic way to take in the sights, such as the striking college buildings, the famous Bridge of Sighs, and The Wren Library. Kings College is well worth visiting along the way. Built between 1446 and 1515, its immense Gothic architecture makes it an awe-inspiring sight where many notable scholars were once educated.
If you prefer to stay on land, there is a selection of walking tours in the city that give you a wonderful insight into the history and culture of the area. But if you want to go it alone, why not browse the shops and do a spot of people watching from one of the pavement cafes?
The Imperial War Museum in Duxford is arguably one of the greatest attractions in Cambridgeshire, which hosts a wealth of events as well as housing fabulous collection from the First and Second World Wars.
Kettle’s Yard is one of the most well-known galleries in the county, home to a wonderful collection of 20th century and contemporary art. There are events, workshops and musical concerts held here regularly, making it an enjoyable day out for all the family.
Strewn throughout Cambridgeshire, there are a number of impressive cathedrals you can visit, demonstrating some of the most incredible architecture in the country.
If you’re a lover of nature and wildlife, Fens Falconry, Ferry Meadows Country Park and The Backs are among some of the best places to visit in Cambridgeshire.
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