Official Tours of Cambridge
An Official Green or Blue Badge guided tour of Cambridge, the University and the Colleges is the best way to see the highlights of Cambridge.
Only our highly trained Green or Blue Badge tour guides are permitted to deliver tours inside the University of Cambridge colleges.
If you're looking to experience these magnificent buildings and hear insightful and fascinating facts, stories and myths during your visit, then Official Guided Tours is the only place to begin your journey.
We offer a number of different tours suited to your requirements - please see below for the choice of tours and book your place today!
Our public tours leave from the Visitor Information Centre 7 days a week.
What people have said about our tours...
"We were delighted with our guide who I can personally say was the best guide I have ever had on the numerous tours I have undertaken both here and abroad. She judged her audience well and her sense of humour struck many chords!"
Under 12s: £10
See the highlights of Cambridge in the company of an Official Cambridge Blue Badge Guide.
The tour includes visits to the magnificent King’s College and Chapel - views of the Old Cavendish Laboratories, The Corpus Clock, Senate House and the Old Schools, the famous College Backs, the oldest bridge on the River Cam and the stunning Wren Library at Trinity College. (includes all college entrance fees)
Under 12s: £10
See two of Cambridge’s most beautiful riverside colleges with an Official Cambridge Blue Badge Guide.
See the oldest bridge on the River Cam, Clare College Dining Hall, Cambridge’s most spectacular college garden, The Bridge of Sighs and St. John’s College – the setting for the hit movie ‘The Theory of Everything’ (includes all college entrance fees).
Under 12s: £10
See inside three Medieval Cambridge colleges with an Official Cambridge Blue Badge Guide.
The tour includes visits to Corpus Christi, Pembroke and Queens’ Colleges.
Highlights include the oldest original college courtyard, the famous architect Christopher Wren’s first building and the Mathematical Bridge. (includes all college entrance fees)
Tickets: £10 (Booklet Accompaniment £4)
For the first time since its foundation nearly 500 years ago the Parker Library will be admitting tours of the Library. Tours include part of Corpus Christi College as well as a tour of the library and a sample of its amazing collection which includes the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, principal source book for early English history, the sixth-century Gospels of Saint Augustine, the Bury Bible and the best manuscript of Chaucer's Troilus.*
*We cannot guarantee a specific book/manuscript will be on show.
The Fitzwilliam Museum is the art museum of the University of Cambridge. Founded in 1816, it has been described as ‘one of the greatest art collections of the nation and a monument of the first importance’. The collection includes works of art and antiquities of national and international
importance, among them antiquities from Ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome and masterpieces by Titian, Rubens, Van Dyck, Canaletto, Hogarth, Constable, Monet and Picasso and many more...
This is a one hour introductory tour of the museum, meeting at the Courtyard entrance of the Museum at 14.30 on Saturdays throughout the year. (Only when the museum is open).