Shopping

Shopping

If it’s shopping you are after Cambridge has it all, from some of the finest independent boutiques around, a seven day a week market and all the high street brands you might expect, you won’t be disappointed. There’s something for every budget, with luxury boutiques blending seamlessly alongside more affordable fare.

Cambridge has three shopping centres, The Grafton, Lion Yard and Grand Arcade all offering visitors a mix of retail and leisure options you would expect to see. Our historic core and cobbled streets are home to a vast array of independent boutiques covering ladies and men’s wear, home furnishing and exquisite jewellery, to name but a few.

Cambridge isn’t a shopping destination that can done with a quick visit, take your time and explore everything we have to offer.

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KEY FACTS
  • There are over 250 Independent businesses in Cambridge to explore
  • Cambridge has three shopping centres, The Grafton, Lion Yard and Grand Arcade all offering visitors a mix of retail and leisure options

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A-Z of Cambridge Shopping Areas

If it’s shopping you are after Cambridge has it all, from some of the finest independent boutiques around, a seven day a week market and all the high street brands you might expect, you won’t be disappointed.

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Jemporium
Fashion

Jemporium

Passionate about finding the best in casual, everyday-wear vintage pieces at affordable prices.

Jia Mart
Food & Drink

Jia Mart

An Oriental Supermarket selling mainly Chinese and Japanese foods and brands.

John Beazor & Sons
Art & Framing

John Beazor & Sons

A traditional antique shop dealing in 18th and early 19th century furniture, clocks and barometers, and a range of decorative items including tea-caddies and boxes.

John Lewis & Partners
Accessories
Books
Fashion
Food & Drink
Gift Shops
Home Furnishings
Jewellers

John Lewis & Partners

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.

Joseph Cheaney Shoes
Fashion

Joseph Cheaney Shoes

Committed to producing the finest footwear entirely made in England. Timeless styles have been reimagined to have a more rugged edge.

King Street Newsagent
Food & Drink

King Street Newsagent

A newsagent selling magazines, newpapers and various household supplies.

Kings College Visitor Centre
Tourism

Kings College Visitor Centre

The Shop at King's was established to support the charitable aims of King's College, Cambridge. All profits from sales support the College as a place of education, religion, learning and research.

Kings News
Food & Drink

Kings News

A newsagent selling magazines, newpapers and various household supplies.

Laird Hatters
Accessories

Laird Hatters

Hand made hats and caps of distinction for both men and women. Passionate about sourcing the best British cloths, and supporting British textile manufacturing.

Lilac Rose
Fashion

Lilac Rose

An independent fashion boutique selling women’s clothes, jewellery and accessories.

Lion Yard

Lion Yard

The Lion Yard Shopping Centre, celebrating 40 years of offering a great selection of stores and places to eat

Lost in Vinyl
Gift Shops

Lost in Vinyl

Dedicated to offering new and second hand vinyl at affordable prices.

Millers Music Centre
Accessories

Millers Music Centre

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.

Modish Shoes
Fashion

Modish Shoes

Looking for ladies shoes that are beautiful, affordable and, above all, comfortable? Then look no further!

Nomads
Gift Shops

Nomads

Travelling the high seas from Timbuktu to Kathmandu, Nomads is a unique Aladdin’s Cave on Kings Parade.

North Shoes
Fashion

North Shoes

Quality footwear with honest dedicated customer service for all.

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Did you know?

The first game of football, as we know it, was played in Cambridge in 1848.