What's on in Cambridge
The City of Scholars
Cambridge with its cosmopolitan atmosphere, Cambridge is a university town, rich in culture, entertainment for all ages, and excellent shopping facilities.
Walk the medieval streets of Cambridge and admire magnificent architecture. Experience the numerous bars, eat in its fine array of restaurants, or enjoy what its Theatres produce. Ely cathedral, Newmarket races and Wimpole Hall are only a short drive away to name but a few.
Outside of Cambridge are picturesque villages with a great sense of community spirit. A large amount of Business parks, Addenbrookes Hospital, and the Universities, it certainly has a huge demand for rental properties in the City centre.
Whether you are looking for work, study or play, Cambridge is the perfect location.
Entertainment and Leisure
The Cambridge Corn Exchange is a venue for a wide variety of arts and entertainment. The multi-screen Vue cinema is nearby, and Parkside Pools has flumes and a health suite. The area has many pubs and restaurants.
Cambridge Punting Tours
Punting on the Cam is a must for any visitor to Cambridge and Punts, rowing boats and canoes are available for hire at Mill Lane, Quayside and Garrett Hostel Bridge. We would recommend taking advantage of a chauffeured punt! Parks and Gardens
The ‘Backs’ boasts stunning views of the colleges across the river and the Botanic Gardens has a huge collection of plants in beautifully landscaped gardens and glasshouses.
The Round Curch
The Church of the Holy Sepulchre, generally known as The Round Church, is an Anglican church in the city of Cambridge, England'. It is located on the corner of Round Church Street and Bridge Street. Since 1950 the church has been designated a Grade I listed building, and is currently managed by Christian Heritage. It is one of the four medieval round churches still in use in England. Wikipedia
King's College Cambridge
King's College is a constituent college of the University of Cambridge in Cambridge, England. Formally The King's College of Our Lady and Saint Nicholas in Cambridge, the college lies beside the River Cam and faces out onto King's Parade in the centre of the city. King's was founded in 1441 by Henry VI, soon after he had founded its sister college in Eton.
From the most famous Kings’ and Queens’ to lesser-known newer colleges, there are 31 in total!
Cambridge is a popular commuter area with immediate access to the M11/A11/A14. Excellent Park and Ride facilities into Cambridge itself and bus routes into the city centre. Cambridge and Ely are the main train stations in the area making it easy access to London.
London is only 50 minutes away, Stansted Airport only 25 minutes away. The opportunities are endless!
Museums and Galleries
The Fitzwilliam Museum (paintings, antiquities, ceramics, armour and much more), the museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, the museum of Zoology and many more.
The historic centre has many shops from larger department stores to lovely smaller boutiques in Rose Crescent and Trinity Street. In addition, there is the indoor Grafton shopping centre.
The Grand Arcade can be found in Cambridge city centre. It’s one of the city’s largest shopping centres, housing around 60 premium and high street retailers under one sky lit roof.
Situated just a 10 minute walk outside the Cambridge city centre, The Grafton Centre is the perfect place for you to relax, shop and eat whilst staying here for university.
St Johns college Farm, Swavesey Road, Fen Drayton, Cambridge, CB24 4SE
9.30 - 5.30pm Monday - Saturday