Cambridgeshire is packed with lots of things to see and do and has something for everyone. Whether its a walk in the countryside, going shopping in the city centre, going to one of the many live music venues or popping out for a bite to eat and drink!
Cambridge is conveniently located, with a number of transport links to the rest of the country. A visit to London on the train will take you less than an hour!
The pages in this section have been designed with the aim to give you a brief overview of Cambridgeshire and the many attractions it has to offer.
Photo-Physiotherapy at a team building event
Museums and Art Galleries
Cambridgeshire is home to over 30 museums. They vary from small museums of local history to the large-scale national collections of the Imperial War Museum at Duxford. There really is something for everyone.
Cambridge is most famous for being a historic university town. The University of Cambridge has a very rich history – its famous Colleges and University buildings attract visitors from all over the world. Founded in 1209 it now has 31 colleges with approximately 18, 000 students attending.
The National Trust
From the beautiful scenery and walks at Wicken Fen, Wimpole Hall – home to the largest country house in Cambridgeshire and Home Farm where every April – May you can witness the amazing ‘lambing’ season.
Life in Cambridge wouldn’t be complete without having a go at punting on the River Cam! Go for a punt down the backs of the colleges, or venture over to the beautiful village of Granchester.
Cambridge & Beyond
The surrounding area of Cambridge has a number of picturesque villages and market towns to visit, it is also only a 45 minute train journey from Cambridge City rail station to London Kings Cross. Take a look at the following link to find out more about what this amazing and vibrant area could offer you.