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Museum
“Free to get into and putting on interesting exhibitions throughout the year this museum houses a wonderful collection. From armour to fine China. It also has a great cafe and fabulous shop with great gifts to take home at non prohibitive prices.”
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Park
“Beautiful house to visit, the gardens are wonderful. Check opening times online”
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Botanical Garden
“This heritage-listed Botanic Garden was originally conceived by Professor John Henslow, the mentor and teacher of Charles Darwin. The Garden's plant collections today number over 8,000 species from all over the world, displayed within the best collection of trees in the region. The 40 acres of beautifully-landscaped gardens and glasshouses offer year-round interest and seasonal inspiration. The excellent Cafe and Shop are also open year-round. An oasis in the City, this great Garden makes a great day out.”
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Church
“Peterborough cathedral has the Tim peaks exhibition and it is free well worth a visit Sunday 11th August until November 10th ”
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History Museum
“Wonderful displays and amazing air shows. You can get there using train from Great Chesterford to Whittlesford Parkway then choice of 7a bus (timetables not frequent) or 45 minute walk or book a taxi from Whittlesford Station to IWM. Or use a taxi direct there. If you are happy to park at Duxford it is only 3 miles way but leave in good time on Airshow days as it gets busy. ”
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Movie Theater
“If you love cinema then this is the best place to catch a variety of films including special seasons showing niche directors and artistes. ”
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Art Gallery
“Free museum. Small, friendly, interesting. Great cafe, but ask the price before you buy.”
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Park
“Jesus Green is a park in the north of central Cambridge, England, north of Jesus College. Jesus Ditch runs along the southern edge Jesus Green. On the northern edge of Jesus Green is the River Cam, with Chesterton Road on the opposite side. Sometimes they have events/festivals going on so worth a research on your dates of your visit so you don't miss any tasty food festivals, small concerts in the park or fun fairs while you're here.”
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Restaurant
“The Eagle is one the oldest inns in Cambridge dating back to the 14th century. A very traditional experience with cask ales and home cooked food. Blue Plaque commemorates Watson and Crick's announcement they had discovered 'the secret of life'. The RAF Bar ceiling with graffiti of World War II airmen.”
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Place to shop
“Grand Arcade Shopping Centre in Cambridge, UK is the leading shopping destination with 60 luxury and high street retailers over 3 floors.”
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School
“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.”
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Historic Site
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“National Trust - Wimpole Estate Explore inside the Hall; Explore the park and gardens; Home Farm - discover Shire Horses, rare breed sheep, cattle and pigs at the farm with daily activities and adventure playground.”
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Cafe
“Hot Numbers Coffee has 2 locations, both fabulous and as expected very busy. Another family owned and operated indy, the owner is an absolute stand-up gent - Simon is coffee roaster by day, DJ by night. Also an avid collector of vintage motorcycles and coffee machines which are now on display at his roastery in Stapleford Granary, CB22 5BP. Take a little bike ride out to Haslingfield and you can visit his wife Nilu's cafe - the Moringa Tree. Haslingfield is also an idyllic little english village much smaller than Cambridge with church grounds, and a gift shop. Well worth the visit!”
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Premise
“The heart of Cambridge, the treasure of Cambridge: the fan vaulting, the windows, King's Choir: "beautiful, spiritual, and enjoyable" ”
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Park
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“National Trust. 45 minute drive Amazing in autumn. Great way to spend the afternoon. Working water mill. Cafe. No dogs.”
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Field
“You can walk along to midsummer common that leads into the heart of the historic centre of Cambridge - along the river dotted opposite the rowing clubs are pubs and places to sit out. ”
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Restaurant
“The Eagle is one the oldest inns in Cambridge dating back to the 14th century. A very traditional experience with cask ales and home cooked food. Blue Plaque commemorates Watson and Crick's announcement they had discovered 'the secret of life'. The RAF Bar ceiling with graffiti of World War II airmen.”
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Hotel
“Lovely for. Drink on their roof top bar in nice weather. Also a lovely place for afternoon tea if you fancy splashing out. ”
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Restaurant
“A delicious feast. If money is no object then this superb restaurant is a great place to celebrate in style - fine dining at its best. Just a short walk along the other side of the river- booking in advance essential. ”
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Bar
“Part of the local pub group KNEAD Pubs the Tobie Norris has a great fresh year round menu. You can also find sister establishments The Crown and Paten's in town all serving slightly different takes on a Great British menu.”
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African Restaurant
“My personal favourite place to eat in Cambridge. Traditional Algerian food set in an amazing atmospheric setting. This is a family run restaurant, the service and quality of food is outstanding! Worth making a reservation as can get busy.”
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Bar
“Traditional pub with Inglenook fireplaces, oak beams and views over the River Cam. Address: Midsummer Common, Cambridgeshire CB4 1HA Hours: Sunday12–10:30pm Monday11am–11pm Tuesday11am–11pm Wednesday11am–11pm Thursday11am–11pm Friday11am–11pm Saturday11am–11pm Menu: fortstgeorge-cambridge.co.uk Phone: 01223 354327”
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Bar
“The best pub in all of Cambridge (and there's a few!) The Cambridge Blue. A true delight for any beer connoisseur and anyone who likes great food, great service and a pub oozing rustic charm.”
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Visrestaurant
“Fish cafe and fish and chip takeaway. Excellent fish pie, reasonable prices. ”
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