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
Launching Spring 2023, Ben's Yard is a rural retail village on the edge of Ely welcoming your new go-to café/restaurant, fashion and lifestyle boutiques, head-to-toe spa services, artisan food hall, playground and a 6 acre event space all beautifully landscaped on the Stuntney Estate with marked trails through woodland, fenland and wildflower meadows.
Leather goods shop.
We are delighted to offer a rare and exciting opportunity for you to experience Cambridge’s most iconic sport - ROWING! The experience is aimed at complete beginners irrespective of your level of fitness (T&C's apply). The ultimate aim is to get you to simply experience what it's like to row in Cambridge. We run half-day sessions throughout the year using high quality facilities and equipment. You’ll get the chance to row in a coxed 'eight' boat, just like the crews in the famous Oxford-Cambridge Boat Race. The entire experience is fully Covid compliant. Lifejackets can be provided if needed although the eight boat is the safest boat in our fleet. So whether you want to tick it off the bucket list, learn a new skill, bond with your friends or your team, or make new friends - sign up for the Cambridge Rowing Experience today.
A specialist stringed instrument store with over 45 years’ experience in music retail, offering a high-quality service and competitive pricing to all musicians.
Specialising in all manners of locks and security systems that can protect your home or secure your business premises.
An independent, family-run retail business specialising in the sale of new and second hand cameras both modern and vintage, binoculars and telescopes.
Country Traditionals are the main UK importers of the hand crafted, hand decorated stoneware made by Ceramika Artystyczna in Boleslawiec, Poland.
David Parr House is an ordinary terraced house with an extraordinary hand-painted interior. Home to the Victorian working-class artist, David Parr and his family, the house is an example of Arts and Crafts workmanship layered with 20th-century social history.
Decathlon makes sport accessible to the many by designing, producing and selling great value sports products all over the world. Our Cambridge store in the Grafton Centre is home to 25 sports experts waiting to share their knowledge with you. We also offer bike servicing and repairs in our in store workshop.
Dukels supplies all kinds of hair extensions, hair & beauty products, make-up, hair accessories, fashion jewellery and wigs.
A small family business offering official Cambridge University apparel and souvenirs, sterling silver jewellery, semi precious stones and amber jewellery, fashion scarves and accessories.
Ian Stevens has been designing, exhibiting and making leather bags since 1984. All of the products in the shop are made in small quantities by Ian and his wife Jennifer.
An award winning independent shop based in Cambridge City Centre. Iris & Violet sells a range of exclusive, independent fashion brands, accessories, homewares and gifting – all at accessible price points. Brands stocked include Pieces, Y.A.S, FRNCH, Grace & Mila, Bloomingville, Big Metal London and many more.
John Lewis and Partners is a department store, we're more than employees, we're owners. That's why we're all called Partners. And that's why we all go above and beyond to offer quality products and outstanding service to the people who matter most - you, our customers.
Hand made hats and caps of distinction for both men and women. Passionate about sourcing the best British cloths, and supporting British textile manufacturing.
Millers aim to delight their customers with an experience that is genuinely different, we believe music and musical instruments are a great investment, enriching lives with well documented educational, social, and health benefits.
One of Cambridge’s most eye-catching pieces of public art is the Snowy Farr sculpture in the Market Square.