architecture and become immersed in the rich history this city has to offer.
When asked what must you do on a day in Cambridge, the first thing that pops to mind is Punting, of course! Enjoy a private or shared tour of Cambridge and it’s Colleges, steeped with information and history provided by your Chauffeur. See the 7 Riparian University Colleges as well as other stunning sights including The Bridge of Sighs, Kings College Chapel & The Mathematical Bridge to name a few - all to be enjoyed whilst gliding along the River Cam in style.Truly a perfect, not-to-be-missed experience for all, whether it be a family adventure, a day with friends or even special occasions.
Vary depending on preference. See booking page for full details: https://www.letsgopunting.co.uk/quick-book#tickets
Monday - Sunday 10.30am - 4.30pm
La Mimosa Landing Stage
01223 651659 - Call for bespoke bookings
2. Fitzwilliam Museum
Free Admission to the Museum and it's collections & exhibitions. However, visitors donations help keep the galleries open and are very appreciated.
Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 5pm
Sunday & Bank Holiday’s 12pm -5pm
The Fitzwilliam Museum
Various contact numbers & email address’ can be found online:
3. Official guided tour: Kings College & Backs
Adults £23, Students £20, Children under 12 £10, Seniors (Over 60) £20
Please check booking form for available dates & times: https://booking.visitcambridge.org/tours
Visitor Information Centre
4. Cambridge University Botanic Gardens
Adults £5.00, Concession (Over 65 or Students) £4.95, Children 0-16 Free,
Student at Cambridge University Free, Essential Carer for Disabled Visitor Free.
Seasonal times vary, see website for full details: http://www.botanic.cam.ac.uk/Botanic/Page.aspxp=27&ix=2762&pid=2717&prcid=4&ppid=2717
Cambridge University Botanic Garden
5. Church of the Holy Sepulchre, The Round Church
General £3.50, Groups of 10+ £2.50 each, Students £1, Cambridge City residents,
University of Cambridge & Anglia Ruskin Students, Under 12’s Free
Monday 2pm - 5pm, Tuesday - Saturday 10am- 5pm, Sunday 1.30pm - 4pm
The Round Church
Food & Drink
Although it may be a great place to eat after a busy day sightseeing, there’s more
historical significance to this pub then you might think..Frequented by Francis Crick & James Watson in 1953, this is the place they announced their discovery of “The secret of life” - the discovery of DNA. A great place to dine with the whole family with great offers too.
8 Benet Street
51-52 Trumpington Street
The Varsity Hotel & Spa
5. Hidden Rooms
7b Jesus Lane