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
The new, interdisciplinary festival from the University of Cambridge taking place 31 March - 10 April 2022.
Raise the flags and pop the corks, our audiences and authors are coming back to celebrate our love of books!
Love nature? Want to learn more about the wildlife on your own doorstep? Join nature experts over the weekend of 14-15th May for some very special BioBlitz activities. Join us in person in Haddenham, Rampton and Cottenham or from home or your local green space.
Discover Cambridge in a different way on this guided walking tour, focusing on the untold stories that have shaped both the university and the city.
Think you’ve got what it takes to make it in the high-flying, sickly-sweet world of fudge-making? This National Fudge Day (June 16th) roll up your sleeves, step up to the plate, and get fudgin’ with the best of them, in aid of charity!
Join with nature experts, wildlife charities and some very special Fenland characters from the past at Fairchild’s Meadow, Chewells Lane, Haddenham for the first ever Open for Nature Day!
Stone Age Stories at Stapleford Granary Theatre of Widdershins Storytelling & puppetry by Andy Lawrence, Sunday 19 June
A fun day of tasting and learning about wine starting with Champagne and including a delicious 2-course lunch. Set in a historic Cambridge college and includes a mini-tour.
Free Entry to two inspiring days in Newnham's glorious gardens: talks, music, workshops, performance, food and fun for all ages
Spend time Painting Landscapes Outdoors with Watercolour Artist Candice Leyland.
Are you new to social media and are unsure where to start? Are you a professional in STEMM seeking to build your social media presence? Join us at this workshop where we will explore how to effectively build a strong social media presence in STEMM. A strong social media profile can provide many benefits for those working in STEMM: it can open the door for researchers to make new connections and collaborations, and it can also be a way to get visibility with recruiters seeking talent for new job openings.
RAMPTON is OPEN FOR NATURE! Join with nature experts, wildlife charities and some very special Fenland characters from the past at the Recreation Ground, King Street, Rampton for the Open for Nature Day! Between 11:00 and 14:00, experts will be on hand to help you to discover the wildlife living in the area. There will be talks and lots of activities for all ages. Discover the wildlife living in your local area. With tailor made talks, table top displays and hands-on activities (including planting wildflowers to take home and grow), these events are set to celebrate and champion local wildlife right on the doorstep of Fenland communities.
Join us for a guided tour of the solar system on the spectacular Midsummer Common. Our tours are tailored to different interests and abilities, with something for everyone!
As part of Our Place in Space's Cambridge launch weekend line-up of events on Midsummer Common, come along to the Stage Tent to get the opportunity to ask questions to a real-life astronaut — Kayla Barron.
Drop in to the Whipple Museum for an Our Place in Space themed hands-on creative activity and check out their amazing collection of historical scientific instruments and teaching tools!
Relax, unwind and be mindful by Mercury! Jump in your space shuttle and head towards Mercury to join a yoga class that will help restore your body and mind with Karin Eklund.
Take a wander around Cambridge between spring and autumn and you might be greeted by the sight of cattle roaming freely in parks and green spaces.