It’s worth going to evensong whilst you are in Cambridge -kings is the most famous with their choristers singing on Christmas Eve every year as a live broadcast.
Architectural beauty. It is seldom open to visitors, but you can enjoys its beauty from either Kings Parade or The Backs.
Enjoy the architecture of one of the biggest college buildings and hear the choir sing
“A fascinating local museum telling the story of Cambridge and the Fens. Lots of artefacts and displays all housed in an old Inn that has a ton of history. I love this place.”
“One of my favourite museums that is free to visit (closed Mondays). It has a bit of everything from Monet to ancient Egypt.”
“A wander through the greenhouses and gardens is very relaxing and informative, look for their special events. Close to the centre of Cambridge, there is a nice cafe and you can picnic in the gardens”
“Very cosy bar and decent restaurant serving lunches and dinner and very close to home. Dog-friendly too! ”
“2-star Michelin. Modern British. 2018 will be Midsummer House’s 20th anniversary and its history is fascinating. This Victorian villa is on Midsummer Common on the banks of the River Cam amongst a number of Cambridge University Colleges. The service matches the cooking, the wine list is majestic but the bill can be a little wince-worthy. Its style is theatrical and melding of utter technical brilliance with a wild imagination, this restaurant is among the most unforgettably good in Britain today, and it would be unpardonably vulgar to put a price on that. Simply our favourite place to eat in Cambridge for a special occasion - book well in advance!”