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
Cambridge offers plenty of pre-planned city tours for you to choose from all year round. If you’re feeling more spontaneous, simply grab a map and enjoy an uncharted adventure. Why not plot your journey and explore the city?
Cambridge longest running river boat tours. Explore Cambridge buy river , city and beyond. Private group/family trips and public hop-on tours.
See the best of Cambridge on a 90-minute Cambridge Highlights Walking Tour!
Find illustrated trails of 20th & 21st C public sculpture on our CST website. Download our free app to guide you around the works sited in city streets and tranquil college gardens.
The Cambridge sightseeing tour stops at 18 different locations across the city, bringing you on a tour of the city's main tourist attractions. Enjoy the views and sounds of Cambridge from the top deck of the Hop-On Hop-Off bus, whatever your tastes may be.
Enjoy a guided Grantchester tour through the idyllic village on the outskirts of Cambridge, as seen in the hit ITV drama. The TV show, Grantchester is filmed on location in and around the village which is situated just a couple of miles away from the historic city of Cambridge. The first episode was aired in 2014 when the world was introduced to Sydney Chambers: a village vicar who discovered a taste for sleuthing when he teamed up with Detective Inspector Geordie Keating. This 2-hour walking tour starts in the heart of Grantchester. You’ll be guided through familiar locations that required very little set dressing to transport them back to the 1950s. You may be surprised at how many film locations can be found on the vicar’s doorstep! You’ll pass by the Village Hall where Sydney and Geordie head when looking for the missing girl, Abigail Redmond, and see the pub where Sydney comforts Munir Ali as he drowns his sorrows after the death of his brother, Zafir. Many of the show’s memorable moments take place in Grantchester Meadows, so pull on your walking boot, because no Grantchester tour would be complete without a visit to the Meadows. You’ll see the most filmed locations including the very opening scene of Grantchester, when Amanda and Sydney end up in the river when the rope swing breaks. You’ll see the footbridge over which the young boy, Archie runs when he’s chased by the man with the colourful scarf! Never fear, we wouldn’t leave out the opening scene for Series 2 when Sydney and Geordie strip off and dive into the Cam! Not to mention the Christmas special when Amanda goes into labor! Scenes in the Meadow and by the river included moments of loneliness, heartache, love, guilt, happiness and above all friendship, all of which will be discussed during the tour. What better way to reminisce over these scenes than by enjoying a leisurely walk along the banks of the River Cam? The middle part of the tour includes a 20 minute (approximately) walk along the river, where you may be lucky enough to spot people punting, enjoying picnics and walking dogs who may or may not be called Dickens! As you make your way back to the village you’ll be able to see the homes of Leonard’s flame, Daniel and Sydney’s love interest, Amanda. Your guide will point out spots where the police found abandoned cars, brutal murders were committed and suspicious deaths investigated. The tours highlights include the Church of Saint Andrew and Saint Mary whose interior and exterior feature heavily throughout all 6 series of Grantchester. So many memorable scenes have been filmed inside this church including Mrs Maguire’s marriage to Jack and the ‘Brechtian’ Christmas nativity directed by Leonard. Next to the church, you’ll see the real vicarage where both-heart breaking and heart-warming scenes were filmed and you’ll get a chance to quietly enjoy the charming graveyard with its ancient gravestones, striking war memorial, and elegant red brick wall. The final stop for the tour is at the infamous and charming Orchard Tea Garden, which has been referenced since series 1 of Grantchester. After the tour, you are invited to put your feet up and relax in the beautiful orchard and sample some of the Tea Garden’s tasty treats. (Not included as part of the tour) Mrs Chapman would approve! The tour route is a little under 2 miles and includes some rough terrain and hills. The tour will go at a leisurely pace and include stops where the guide will share anecdotes and trivia about Grantchester, however, a reasonable level of fitness is required. The Grantchester tour will go ahead come rain or shine and some parts of the tour may be quite muddy, we, therefore, request that you dress appropriately.
Cambridge guides' scariest storytellers are running ghost tours every Friday and Saturday at 18:30.
Discover the heart of the ancient city, some of the hidden nooks and crannies you’ve never noticed before around the river crossing and quayside area.
Step inside and feel the magic. Our guides are invited by King’s to lead tours of Cambridge’s most recognisable landmark.
Would you like to explore the elegant streets of Cambridge whilst solving a world-changing murder mystery? Well, you’ve come to the right place, detective! A Brief Murder In Time is an imaginative treasure hunt with a whodunit twist. This self-guided city tour experience leads you on a thrilling journey around one of the world’s most prestigious university cities, past renowned museums and spectacularly preserved architecture. Along the way, you’ll discover historical landmarks and hidden gems, solve cryptic puzzles and find hidden clues to ultimately deduce whodunit. The game is afoot!
King's College Chapel plays a central role in College life, as well as being the most instantly recognizable and iconic building in Cambridge.
See the building where the secret of life on earth and the secret of destroying the planet were discovered. Why did the Botanical Garden lead Darwin aboard the Beagle?
The most creative way to see Cambridge! Outdoor escape room-style immersive adventure game. Explore Cambridge, solve puzzles, crack the mystery!
Join our qualified Cambridge guides to hear stories (some recent, others centuries-old) of deception, intrigue and double dealing by alumni and fellows, and their effect on world events.
Designed for those who have no opportunity to travel to Cambridge and see it in the flesh in the near future.
The Captain’s Table is an Art Deco-inspired cruising restaurant. Perfect for Hen Do's, Celebrations Dinners, Reunions and Indulgent Tours of the local countryside. We also have the Captain’s Launch a fully refurbished 1920s river cruiser. Perfect for river trips and afternoon tea.
Explore the 900 year old Round Church. Discover the story of Cambridge through film, exhibition, guided walks, and historical tours.
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.