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
If it’s a late night venue you are looking for then you are really spoilt for choice. With a wide range of city centre nightclubs and top-class bars offering a different style of music every night – there really is something for everyone.
Cambridge has a whole host of bars and clubs that are full of people out to have a good time – you could make your way along Regent Street and Downing Street on the weekend to enjoy the lively clubbing scene with a great choice of late night bars pumping music onto the dancefloors throughout the night. Or you could kick back, relax and chill out at some of the city’s most stylish places to be seen.
Cambridgeshire's Award Winning Comedy Club, ensuring your night is unforgettable. “I’ve never laughed so much” - Carol, Cambridge “I will definitely be booking again” - Paul, Suffolk
Calverley's Brewery & Taproom: A craft beer destination with unique brews in a welcoming atmosphere.
Nestled on the banks of The River Cam and in the heart of city centre, this idyllic retreat is perfect for history lovers, locals and city-dwellers seeking a much-needed getaway.
Folk in the Footlights is a brand new folk night for Cambridge in 2024, in association with The Cambridge Union.
The Tivoli, a unique social experience. 2 street food stalls, 4 bars, two 9-hole indoor crazy golf courses, a shuffleboard basement, numerous event spaces & a roof terrace!
The Tram Depot is a pub steeped in history - originally the stables for Cambridge Street Tramways who operated a horse-drawn tramway service from 1880 to 1914. There’s an original section of track by the front door leading to a former tram shed, and you’ll find a life-size model tram coming out from the front of the pub, which gives the pub that memorable wow factor! The Tram Depot is an iconic building within the stunning city of Cambridge.
With over 800 years of history, tread in the footsteps of many famous faces, including Charles Darwin, James Watson and France Crick, Rosalind Franklin, Sylvia Plath and Professor Stephen Hawking.