From making your own gin with one of the world’s most innovative distilleries, to trying the best of the Cambridge food scene – here are some uniquely Cambridge experiences to seek out during your stayFind out more
Cambridge offers plenty of pre-planned city tours for you to choose from all year round. If you’re feeling more spontaneous, simply grab a map and enjoy an uncharted adventure. Why not plot your journey and explore the city?
See the building where the secret of life on earth and the secret of destroying the planet were discovered. Why did the Botanical Garden lead Darwin aboard the Beagle?
The most creative way to see Cambridge! Outdoor escape room-style immersive adventure game. Explore Cambridge, solve puzzles, crack the mystery!
Join our qualified Cambridge guides to hear stories (some recent, others centuries-old) of deception, intrigue and double dealing by alumni and fellows, and their effect on world events.
Designed for those who have no opportunity to travel to Cambridge and see it in the flesh in the near future.
The Captain’s Table is an Art Deco-inspired cruising restaurant. Perfect for Hen Do's, Celebrations Dinners, Reunions and Indulgent Tours of the local countryside. We also have the Captain’s Launch a fully refurbished 1920s river cruiser. Perfect for river trips and afternoon tea.
Explore the 900 year old Round Church. Discover the story of Cambridge through film, exhibition, guided walks, and historical tours.
A fun and different way to see Cambridge! Solve satisfying clues and follow beautiful maps sent to your phones.
Turing Locke is a sleek, avant-garde style aparthotel in the sustainable district of Eddington. Eat, drink, work and work-out in your apartment or the light and leafy social spaces.
Discover Cambridge in a different way on this guided walking tour, focusing on the uncomfortable stories of power and privilege which have shaped both the university and the city.
The city’s name is known around the world, but it wasn’t always called Cambridge. In the Middle Ages it was known as Grantabridge, meaning the bridge over the river Granta (one of the sources of the River Cam).