Cambridge, United Kingdom

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Experience the magic of Cambridge

Cambridge provide a range of unusual ways for visitors of all ages to explore their heritage, their rich past and the life of today. Experience the magic of Cambridge. These are our tips for exploring Cambridge.

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King's College Chapel

In a city crammed with showstopping buildings, this is the scene-stealer. Grandiose, 16th-century King's College Chapel is one

Trinity College

The largest of Cambridge's colleges, Trinity offers an extraordinary Tudor gateway, an air of supreme elegance and a sweeping Great

Fitzwilliam Museum

Fondly dubbed 'the Fitz' by locals, this colossal neoclassical pile was one of the first public art museums in Britain, built to house

The Backs

Behind the Cambridge colleges’ grandiose facades and stately courts, a series of gardens and parks line up beside the river. Collectively

Imperial War Museum

At Europe's biggest aviation museum, some 200 lovingly preserved vintage aircraft are housed in several enormous hangars.

Polar Museum

Tales of hostile environments, dogged determination and, sometimes, life-claiming mistakes are evoked powerfully at this compelling museum.

Gonville & Caius College

Known locally as Caius (pronounced 'keys'), Gonville and Caius boasts three fascinating gates : Virtue, Humility and Honour.

Christ's College

hrist's College is a venerable institution at more than 500 years old. It's gleaming Great Gate is emblazoned with heraldic carvings