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Ranked #31 of 100 attractions in Cambridge
Category: Educational Sites; Cultural
Founded in 1326 as University Hall, this is the second oldest of the Cambridge colleges.
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Ranked #32 of 100 attractions in Cambridge
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Cultural
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Ranked #33 of 100 attractions in Cambridge
Category: Historic Walking Areas; Hiking Trails; Outdoors
Long distance footpath stretching nearly fifty miles from Cambridge to Kings Lynn, following the River Cam.
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Ranked #34 of 100 attractions in Cambridge
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas; Parks; Outdoors
Owner description: Located a short distance south of Cambridge, this scenic park contains a mixture of woodlands and grasslands offering a... more » Owner description: Located a short distance south of Cambridge, this scenic park contains a mixture of woodlands and grasslands offering a network of scenic walking paths and picnic areas. « less
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Ranked #35 of 100 attractions in Cambridge
Category: Parks; Outdoors
Owner description: This city park offers many recreational activities for the outdoor enthusiast, which includes over two miles of surfaced... more » Owner description: This city park offers many recreational activities for the outdoor enthusiast, which includes over two miles of surfaced paths for walking and biking, marked trails for horseback riding, picnic and play areas, and fishing in both of the area's lakes. « less
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Ranked #36 of 100 attractions in Cambridge
Category: Architectural Buildings; Educational Sites; Cultural
Owner description: Founded in 1871, this all-female college is sited in a maze-like complex of mid-Victorian buildings surrounded by picturesque... more » Owner description: Founded in 1871, this all-female college is sited in a maze-like complex of mid-Victorian buildings surrounded by picturesque gardens. « less
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Ranked #37 of 100 attractions in Cambridge
Category: Parks; Outdoors
Owner description: This grassy square is the scene for several local fairs and serves as a favorite recreation area during the summer for... more » Owner description: This grassy square is the scene for several local fairs and serves as a favorite recreation area during the summer for rounders games, cricket matches, football games and evening drinks. « less
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Ranked #38 of 100 attractions in Cambridge
Category: Educational Sites; Historic Sites; Cultural
Owner description: Commonly referred to as Caius (pronounced Keys,) this college offers graduate and undergraduate studies to approximately 800... more » Owner description: Commonly referred to as Caius (pronounced Keys,) this college offers graduate and undergraduate studies to approximately 800 students every year, and is part of the University of Cambridge. « less
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Ranked #39 of 100 attractions in Cambridge
Category: Religious Sites; Historic Sites; Cultural
Owner description: Overlooking the market place, this architectural marvel was built in 1478 with much of its construction and décor in the... more » Owner description: Overlooking the market place, this architectural marvel was built in 1478 with much of its construction and décor in the Tudor-style; Henry VII himself donated more than one hundred oak trees to build its roof. « less
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Ranked #40 of 100 attractions in Cambridge
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Ranked #41 of 100 attractions in Cambridge
Category: Museums
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Ranked #42 of 100 attractions in Cambridge
Category: Religious Sites; Cultural
Owner description: Consecrated in 1864, this structure is built in the Early English-style of the 14th century, which currently is no longer... more » Owner description: Consecrated in 1864, this structure is built in the Early English-style of the 14th century, which currently is no longer used for services but is maintained by the Churches Conservation Trust. « less
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Ranked #43 of 100 attractions in Cambridge
Category: Specialty Museums; Museums
Owner description: This science museum houses collections of recent and fossil animals that were accumulated from 1814 to the present day, many... more » Owner description: This science museum houses collections of recent and fossil animals that were accumulated from 1814 to the present day, many of which were collected by Charles Darwin. « less
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Ranked #44 of 100 attractions in Cambridge
Category: Architectural Buildings; Educational Sites; Cultural
Owner description: The newest Cambridge College was founded in 1977 with its pleasing modern buildings built in red brick with balconies facing... more » Owner description: The newest Cambridge College was founded in 1977 with its pleasing modern buildings built in red brick with balconies facing into a paved courtyard. « less
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Ranked #45 of 100 attractions in Cambridge
Category: Public Transportation Systems; Other

Just 2.5 miles from Cambridge city centre - Cambridge International Airport - offers multiple daily servcies to Amsterdam, Dublin and other European destinations as well as... more »

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Ranked #46 of 100 attractions in Cambridge
Ranked #47 of 100 attractions in Cambridge
Category: Educational Sites; Historic Sites; Cultural
This college was founded in 1882 to commemorate the life of George Augustus Selwyn, the first Anglican Bishop of New Zealand.
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Ranked #48 of 100 attractions in Cambridge
Category: Historic Sites; History Museums; Museums
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Ranked #49 of 100 attractions in Cambridge
Category: Educational Sites; Cultural
Owner description: Located in central Cambridge and sheltered behind high stone walls, this picturesque college features a chapel with oak... more » Owner description: Located in central Cambridge and sheltered behind high stone walls, this picturesque college features a chapel with oak paneling that is the final resting place of Oliver Cromwell's head. « less
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Ranked #50 of 100 attractions in Cambridge
Category: Parks; Outdoors
Owner description: Located on the outskirts of Cambridge city center, this scenic park offers lush green grass, swimming pools, tennis courts... more » Owner description: Located on the outskirts of Cambridge city center, this scenic park offers lush green grass, swimming pools, tennis courts and a children's playground. « less
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Ranked #51 of 100 attractions in Cambridge
Category: Educational Sites; Historic Sites; Cultural
Owner description: Founded in 1350 by Bishop Bateman of Norwich, Trinity is the fifth oldest surviving College of Cambridge University and... more » Owner description: Founded in 1350 by Bishop Bateman of Norwich, Trinity is the fifth oldest surviving College of Cambridge University and boasts such alumni notables as Robert Herrick, F D Maurice, J B Priestley and Lord Howe. « less
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Ranked #52 of 100 attractions in Cambridge
Category: Educational Sites; Cultural
Owner description: Accepting both postgraduate and undergraduate students, this is considered one of the most cosmopolitan of the Cambridge... more » Owner description: Accepting both postgraduate and undergraduate students, this is considered one of the most cosmopolitan of the Cambridge Colleges since more than two-thirds of its students come from outside the United Kingdom. « less
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Ranked #53 of 100 attractions in Cambridge
Category: Educational Sites; Libraries; Cultural
Owner description: The library of Cambridge University houses one of the world's largest collections of books and manuscripts, which are put on... more » Owner description: The library of Cambridge University houses one of the world's largest collections of books and manuscripts, which are put on public display in the College's exhibition center twice a year. « less
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Ranked #54 of 100 attractions in Cambridge
  • Feels like Venice! 10/31/2014
Category: Tours; Cultural
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Ranked #55 of 100 attractions in Cambridge
Category: Parks; Outdoors
Owner description: Open grassland area that hosts a number of events including the Midsummer Fair, which dates back to the 13th century, the... more » Owner description: Open grassland area that hosts a number of events including the Midsummer Fair, which dates back to the 13th century, the annual Strawberry Fair, fireworks on Guy Fawkes' Night and touring circuses. « less
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Ranked #56 of 100 attractions in Cambridge
Category: Historic Sites; Cultural
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Ranked #57 of 100 attractions in Cambridge
Category: Bridges; Landmarks
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Ranked #58 of 100 attractions in Cambridge
Category: Parks; Cultural
Owner description: This urban oasis of calm is considered one of Cambridge’s most popular parks with acres of grass, an avenue of Plane trees... more » Owner description: This urban oasis of calm is considered one of Cambridge’s most popular parks with acres of grass, an avenue of Plane trees and an outdoor swimming pool in the summer. « less
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Ranked #59 of 100 attractions in Cambridge
Category: Transportation; Other
Owner description: Guided Busway which is the longest in the world (16 miles) which allows a bus to travel at speed (the driver just sits there... more » Owner description: Guided Busway which is the longest in the world (16 miles) which allows a bus to travel at speed (the driver just sits there with no hands on the steering wheel) along a disused railway line guided by wheels mounted on the side of the bus which connect to concrete guide blocks. A unique experience! Run jointly by Cambridgeshire County Council, Stagecoach Buses and GoWhippet Buses, « less
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Ranked #60 of 100 attractions in Cambridge
Category: Religious Sites; Historic Sites; Cultural
Built around 1320, this church was dedicated to St. Botolph, the patron saint of travelers in medieval times.
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