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Tips van locals

Andrew & Maggie
Andrew & Maggie
February 28, 2017
There is an open air market every day (more touristy on Sundays)
Charlotte & William
Charlotte & William
November 02, 2016
Food stalls, bakeries, fishmongers - Very lively on sunday and great for people watching
Feargal
Feargal
May 30, 2016
The central Market serves both as a flea market and food market. Some good food stalls - good budget eating option. I like the Sunday morning market - local food producers .
Liza
Liza
July 26, 2015
Visit the city centre market for speciality food treats, bike repairs, gifts, tourist T- shirts and the like.
Rob
Rob
May 23, 2015
Check out the dumpling stand - these are the best dumplings I have found anywhere in Cambridge. The owner is very friendly and happy to chat, provided he can get away from the stove.

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Bar
“Local pub - serves local Milton Brewery beers. Popular and can be busy as frequented by local workforce. Serves decent pizzas. ”
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Pub
“One of my favorite Cambridge pubs - quite neighbourhood pub with great scotch eggs!”
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Cafe
“35 minute drive. Historic tea room, have a cream tea then walk along the river into the heart of Cambridge.”
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Cafe
“There are two Fitzbillies in Cambridge - both have a bakery and a cafe serving great coffee and lovely food. The one on Trumpington Street also has a restaurant.”
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University
“The Fitzwilliam Museum is the art and antiquities museum of the University of Cambridge and is on Trumpington Street. It receives around 300,000 visitors annually. The museum was founded in 1816 with the bequest of the library and art collection of the VIIth Viscount FitzWilliam. The bequest also included £100,000 "to cause to be erected a good substantial museum repository". The "Founder's Building" itself was designed by George Basevi, completed by C. R. Cockerell and opened in 1848; the entrance hall is by Edward Middleton Barry and was completed in 1875. The Egyptian Galleries at the Fitzwilliam Museum re-opened in 2006 after a two-year, £1.5 million programme of refurbishment, conservat”
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Cambridge, CB2 3NJ