Shopping in Cambridge
Cambridge is a compact city with a wonderful choice of shops. From the hustle and bustle of the city’s seven-days-a-week market where you can rub shoulders with the locals in Market Square and the Saturday All Saint’s Garden Art and Craft market, to an abundance of boutiques and independent shops as well as high street brands, designer labels and shopping centres. Cambridge has it all.
If you enjoy a shopping spree you will love Cambridge. The compact city boasts a wide choice of shops from daily markets to an abundance of boutiques, independent shops, high street brands and designer labels. Cambridge has it all.
Potter around the cobbled Market Square to find something special, from fine cheese, vintage clothes and quirky gifts to fresh coffee beans, photographs, books and paintings.
Stroll down Rose Crescent and Trinity Street, Magdalene Street, Bridge Street and King Street to discover some excellent independent shops and chic cafes.
The pretty open-air All Saints Garden Art and Craft Market, opposite Trinity College, is open every Saturday, and known for its artisan products and quality arts and crafts at affordable prices.
Grand Arcade is the city’s newest shopping centre with more than 60 premium and high street brands, a flagship John Lewis department store Apple, The White Company, Hollister, Carluccio’s, Kurt Geiger, Topshop and River Island, among others, all under one sky-lit roof.
The Grafton, a short walk across Christ’s Pieces, is a shopping centre with high street names, including Debenhams, as well as fashion stores galore, cafes, restuarants and a Vue Cinema.
Mill Road, off Parker’s Piece, is the city’s bohemian area hosting a diverse range of restaurants and shops. Head just out of town to Burwash Manor, Barton, for country chic boutique shopping at its best. This picture-perfect village is home to a working organic farm and stylish clutch of independent and specialist fashion, home, gift, toy, wine and food shops, beauty spa, delicious Tea Room.