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Welcome to Cambridge

Enjoy a mix of heritage, history, lively arts whilst visiting Cambridge - our guide to events and days out is just the ticket.

Whether you're looking to brush up on local history at a museum, enjoy local arts, watch some sport, or listen to live music, you're sure to find things to do in Cambridge to suit all the family, whatever the weather.

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Tourist Information

Everything you need to know if you're visiting Cambridge as a visitor or a resident.

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Forthcoming events in Cambridge

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Salty Dog: Americana, Blues & Brews Festival
The Cambridge Junction

From the Bayou via the Fenlands a group of travellin troubadours travel big sky country searching for a crossroads to cut themselves a dealSo where else but The Cambridge Junction would SALTY DOG choose to gather for a moonshine‐soaked festival of good…

TEL: 01223 626505
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Cambridge Careers Fair | 8th March 2023
Guildhall

.Are you looking for a new careerThe Cambridge Careers Fair will offer candidates from all backgrounds experience and education levels the opportunity to speak to representatives from an abundance of local employers all in one place.Why attendThere will be a…

Category: Exhibitions

TEL: 01252 983140
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Cambridge Careers Fair | 29th September 2023
Guildhall

.Are you looking for a new careerThe Cambridge Careers Fair will offer candidates from all backgrounds experience and education levels the opportunity to speak to representatives from an abundance of local employers all in one place.Why attendThere will be a…

Category: Exhibitions

TEL: 01252 983140
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Tourist Attractions


Imperial War Museum

Duxford is Europe's premier aviation museum ‐ as well as having one of the finest collections of tanks, military vehicles and naval exhibits in the country. This famous heritage site began as an airfield in the First World War and also played a vital role in the Second…

Wimpole Hall

The 2500 acre 1012ha Wimpole Estate, situated eight miles south west of Cambridge, offers visitors the chance to visit: a house built mainly in the 18th Century; landscaped park; gardens and Home Farm.First built in 1643 and much altered by subsequent owners, Wimpole has developed into…

Museum of Zoology

The Museum of Zoology is home to a huge variety of recent and fossil animals.Our collections rival those of the major university museums world‐wide, and are used for academic study by researchers within and beyond the University. Families and group visitors enjoy our regularly‐changing, free, self‐led trails and…

Shepreth Wildlife Park

Situated near the River Shep, the park originally began as a wildlife sanctuary in 1979 for injured birds or mammals. Now wildlife to see includes wolves, fallow deer, red deer, sika deer, red foxes, arctic foxes, wallabies, vervet monkeys, raccoons, prairie dogs, capybara, ponies, parrots, cockatiels, owls, chipmunks,…

Linton Zoological Gardens

This famous wildlife centre was opened in 1972, and the zoo is continuously expanding as more of the world's threatened species are taken on board their land ‐ based Ark.Set in 16 acres of beautiful gardens with plenty of picnic areas and a children's play area.…

University Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

Established in 1884, the Museum displays renowned archaeological and anthropological collections from around the world.The ground‐floor gallery displays collections of world prehistory and local archaeology; the first‐floor gallery offers an historical and geographical display of the social anthropology collection; while on the top floor, special exhibitions…

Want more?

Want to see what other attractions to visit when in Cambridge? See our list of attractions in Cambridge, including theme parks, castles, historic houses, zoos and many more family days out.


Updated: 15/08/2022 03:44:29

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