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
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Jazz nights come to Parker’s Tavern bar at the University Arms, every Friday.
Segway Events established in 2010, is a unique, family fun outdoor experience, based across the UK. Segway Events will be operating at Hinchingbrooke Park in February, April, July, August and October.
The limited edition hand-made golden egg is back at Parker's Tavern.
Join us for coffee, delicious homemade cakes, and of course a pop-up shop featuring artworks handmade by artists with learning disabilities.
Nice to meet you, what do you do? 12 Last Songs constructs a fleeting portrait of society. There are no actors.
Our wreath workshop is back! Get creative and make your very own spring wreath to add a burst of colour to your door.
Look no further, this April the Traditional Punting Company have put together an Easter themed scavenger hunt to entertain the kids during the Easter school holiday. Take to river and iconic cobbled streets to follow the Easter Bunny, spot the Easter Eggs and crack the code to retrieve your special sweet prize. Fill your day in Cambridge with fun and laughter for the entire family with the ultimate Easter punting and scavenger hunt experience.
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Bach to Baby brings you critically acclaimed concerts for baby and you this Easter! We bring our world-class musicians right to you for babies, tots and grown-ups.
Treat yourself and welcome in the Spring with this wreath-making workshop with Sharon Hellyer of Fleurellyer.
Free family event - discover patterns, explore your creative thinking and develop your problem-solving skills with hands-on mathematical activities for all ages from 8+.
Enlighten young minds with a family visit to Cambridge this Easter break. Children up to the age of 16 years old stays for free at University Arms and we have curated a calendar of complimentary activities to keep you all entertained alongside access to the best family fun the city can offer. Expect treasure hunts, walking tours, egg decorating and more – we even have jazz in the bar on Friday night for parents!
Beat those winter blues by joining us for a wonderful evening in the Monastic Barn at for our NSPCC Jazz Supper on Saturday 4th March. We are thrilled to announce that the very talented Phoenix Jazz will be playing live at this historic setting. Having already played twice for royalty at Clarence House in London and received praise from various celebrities, Phoenix continue to expand their repertoire with the best of the songs that made people like Ella Fitzgerald, Miles Davis and Billie Holiday great, alongside more modern classics.
A programme of music and readings inspired by the Dante Alighieri.
Book launch event for 'Sparking Success'. Discover the spark of innovation that will transform your leadership
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).