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Cambridge Attractions

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Fitzwilliam Museum 4.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #1 of 16
The Fitzwilliam is one of Britain’s finest museums. The permanent collections contain remarkable antiquities from ancient Egypt, Greece, and Rome. Galleries display Roman and Romano-Egyptian art along with Western-Asiatic exhibits. The museum is ... [more ]
King's College 4.0 stars
Building - #2 of 16
King's College is located on King's Parade in Cambridge. King's College has been founded in 1441 by king Henry VI. Henry VI also founded Eton so it was a normal course of affairs that boys from Eton went to King's college. However that has ... [more ]
Museum of Archeology and Anthropology 4.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #3 of 16
Museum of Archeology and Anthropology is located on Downing street in Cambridge. The museum has 3 floors and it is divided in 3 galleries (Clarke gallery for the world archeology, Maudslay gallery for the World Anthropology and Andrews gallery ... [more ]
Queens' College 5.0 stars
Building - #4 of 16
Queens' college is located on Silver Street and it is situated on both sides of the Cam river with the famous wooden Mathematical bridge in between. The story goes that it was Isaac Newton who constructed the bridge without any nuts and bolts and ... [more ]
Wren Library 5.0 stars
Building - #5 of 16
Wren Library is a part of Trinity college in Cambridge. It was designed by sir Christopher Wren and it is considered to be one of the finest examples of his work outside of London. Wren designed in 1676, however the library was not completed ... [more ]
Christ 's Pieces 5.0 stars
Park - #6 of 16
Christ 's Pieces is located in the very heart of the city center in Cambridge and very close to the bus station, King street, Emmanuel Road and Christ college. Another favorite place of mine, as we would wonder here every single day from the ... [more ]
Cambridge University Library 4.0 stars
Building - #7 of 16
Cambridge University Library is located on West Road. Well the main building is anyway. It is a central library for the University of Cambridge and it has 5 separate libraries, the aforementioned main library, Medical Library, Squire Law library, ... [more ]
Emmanuel College 4.0 stars
Building - #8 of 16
Emmanuel College is located at St. Andrew street in Cambridge. Even though Emmanuel college is technically in the city center of Cambridge it does not feel that way. You can find all sorts of things here, buildings range from medieval to modern, ... [more ]
Jesus College 4.0 stars
Building - #9 of 16
Jesus College is located on Jesus Lane in Cambridge. Jesus College was founded in 1496 by the bishop of Ely John Alcock and it was located on the site of a former nunnery. Originally Jesus College has taken the buildings from the nunnery, which ... [more ]
St. Catherine's College 4.0 stars
Building - #10 of 16
St. Catherine's college is located on Trumpington Street in the city center of Cambridge. St. Catherine's college was founded in 1473 by Robert Wodelarke. As the college grow there was need for expansion and the old buildings were demolished ... [more ]
Magdalene College 4.0 stars
Building - #11 of 16
Magdalene College is located at Magdalene street in Cambridge, right next to the bridge on the river Cam. Magdalene College was established in 1428 by king Henry VI and in serves as a sort of a hostel for Benedictine monks who came from the ... [more ]
Cambridge Folk Museum 4.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #12 of 16
Cambridge Folk Museum is located at 2/3 Castle Street and it is an interesting visit for anyone that has fallen under the enchantment of the Cambridge life and people. Cambridge Folk Museum is located in what was once a White Horse Inn and ... [more ]
Great St. Mary Church 4.0 stars
Church, Cathedral, Chapel - #13 of 16
Great St, Mary Church is located in St. Mary's Passage, however it is rather difficult to miss as it overlooks the Cambridge Market. Great St. Mary's Church is actually an University church, but it also acts a parish church, so it is important in ... [more ]
Cambridge Museum of Technology 4.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #14 of 16
Cambridge Museum of Technology is located in the Old pumping station at the Cheddars Lane. The Old Pumping station closed in 1968 and the aim of the museum is to collect the local artifacts of interest but also to preserve the steaming ... [more ]
Church of the Holy Sepulchre 3.0 stars
Church, Cathedral, Chapel - #15 of 16
Another one of the churches in the city center Church of the Holy Sepulchre is an oddity because it is round and as such is one of 4 round church in all of Britain. The church dates back to 1130 and it was built by the fraternity of the Holy ... [more ]
Cambridge All Saints 3.0 stars
Church, Cathedral, Chapel - #16 of 16
Cambridge All Saints church is located in the city center and you cannot miss it on your tour of Cambridge as it stands right opposite of Jesus College. The high spire is one of the landmarks of Cambridge. The All Saints church dates back to ... [more ]
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