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
PizzaExpress believes that dining out should be one of life’s highlights. It’s why every PizzaExpress pizzeria is packed with pizzazz and only the freshest and perfectly sourced ingredients will do. It’s why every dish is made with care—and flair. Because at PizzaExpress, a pizza doesn’t just mean dinnertime, it means showtime.
The oldest cycle shop in Cambridge, for new bikes, parts, clothes and accessories plus repairs and servicing.
At The Sage of Cambridge we are passionate about uplifting your day with great coffee, fresh and hearty dishes, inspired but not limited to the plant-based experiments.
The Folio Bar & Kitchen adds a new and exciting chapter to the pages of dining and drinking in Cambridge.
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!
We are a restaurant with rooms situated in Fen Ditton, 3 miles from centre of Cambridge. we serve a selection of small and large plates and tasting menu in a 500 year old public house with beers on draft and an excellent selection of wines and cocktails
Sex and the City - a walking tour This guided tour, led by Cambridge Green Badge guides, reveals the parts played by women in shaping the university, the town and the world beyond.
Kingsway Cambridge Golf Centre has been a feature of the Cambridge sporting scene since 1995 and offers a well-maintained 9 hole par 3 course. It occupies a 20 acre site off Trumpington Road just two miles south of King’s College.
Crosstown Cambridge located at 8 Bridge Street, CB2 1UA, offers our full range of award-winning doughnuts, small-batch ice cream, and specialty coffee with indoor seating.
Nestled away down on the Quayside in Cambridge, Thaikhun transports you from the River Cam to the streets of Koh San road in Thailand. With booth seating and two small private dining rooms we make the perfect place to celebrate or relax with friends! The menu features classic Thai dishes, vegan options and some modern twists.
An award-winning concert hall attracting international artists situated just outside Cambridge in Saffron Walden
Welcome to Popeyes®! Founded in New Orleans in 1972. It all started with one small restaurant with a big idea that turned into a craze that swept America. Now we’re opening in the UK to serve a new nation of chicken lovers. We’re shaking up the UK chicken game, Louisiana style! Sure, we took our time getting here, but some things are worth the wait. Here in the UK, we use 100% Fresh British Chicken marinated for 12 hours in our signature blend of Louisiana herbs & spices. Then breaded and battered by hand to create that famous Popeyes® shatter crunch texture. So Cambridge, y’all ready for this?
Combining food and culture, our modern eatery is the perfect spot to enjoy freshly prepared, homemade food whilst being able to peruse the contemporary exhibitions, art and antiquities within the museum walls.
Welcome to Cambridge Narrow Boats, we are proud to run an independent, boutique narrowboat holiday hire business set in one of the most stunning locations in the UK. Join us to take in the wonderful natural scenery on the rivers & canals of Cambridgeshire and the truly unique beauty of the Fens, coupled with historic, vibrant Cambridge, steeped in history and culture.
The Tipsy Vegan Cambridge is a riverside restaurant in the heart of Cambridge focusing on world inspired small plates & handcrafted cocktails. We also serve weekend brunch , Sunday Roasts and mid afternoon light bites & boards. There is live Jazz every Friday & Saturday evening and we have 2 outdoors terraces in the summer months.
The largest hotel set in the heart of the city, minutes from the University of Cambridge colleges with an executive lounge, restaurant and bar.
Bringing the river to life in raucous style each June, ‘The Bumps’ are a chaotic series of rowing races. In this Cambridge tradition, which dates back to the early 19th Century, boats set out in single file and must catch and touch, or ‘bump’, the boat ahead without being caught by the rowers on their tail.