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?
The Boathouse is a pub at the heart and soul of Cambridge situated on the river. Whether you want a pop in for your favourite tipple, catch up with friends and family over lovingly cooked food, or celebrate a special occasion, we cannot wait to see you.
Escape room meets city tour. Explore Cambridge’s historic highlights and hidden quirks in this puzzle-filled adventure through its centre!
Turning City Streets into Adventure Playgrounds! Go Quest Adventures (GQA) offers fun and interactive city Quests all self-guided through the GQA app. On your Quest, explore the streets of Cambridge unlocking a secret trail, solving puzzles & completing challenges earning points along the way. Quests are designed for you to see the city’s highlights but also discover hidden gems and learn unique facts. Get Your Quest Today - Play Anytime! Will you Conquer The Quest?
The most creative way to see Cambridge! Outdoor escape room-style immersive adventure game. Explore Cambridge, solve puzzles, crack the mystery!
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.
Turing Locke is a sleek, avant-garde style aparthotel in the sustainable district of Eddington. Eat, drink, work and work-out in your apartment or the light and leafy social spaces.
Discover Cambridge in a different way on this guided walking tour, focusing on the uncomfortable stories of power and privilege which have shaped both the university and the city.
One of Cambridge University’s most famous traditions is May Week, which actually takes place in early June. Heralding the end of the academic year, it’s a time when students enjoy lavish balls and garden parties before dispersing for the summer.